This spring I purchased a shrub for my front yard from your company and it makes very extraordinary purple flowers and attracted people's interest. And I need your help with my front path this time.
Lately, I have had hard time to find the right plants for my front walking path. It is small which is about 2 X 6 FT.
I tried a couple of different types such as petunia and salvia and daisy.
But roots of most of them are dying and leaves are turning to yellow. I think it might have something with watering since there is no drain under and water stays unless it dries completely.
So I believe I need something which needs a lot of water. And I checked your website but unfortunately I can't search plant name by care instruction. So If you help me to find anything for my watery path it would be very appreciated.
Looking forward to hearing from you soon.
|You may need to experiment with a few plants before you go whole-hog and plant any one thing extensively, but there are a number of good plants which tolerate some degree of wet feet: Japanese Iris, Siberian Iris, Iris pseudacorus, Marsh Marigold, Lobelia cardinalis, Monarda and Joe Pye Weed are good candidates for very damp spots while daylily, (Hemerocallis), Black-Eyed Susan, Astilbe and some ornamental grasses will also tolerate a good amount of dampness. If given enough moisture, some hostas (especially the golden ones) will tolerate a great deal of sun, so they may be another plant to test. Good luck with your perennials!|