The dwarf Fothergilla – magnificent autumn decoration in the garden
Today we talk about a plant that receives less than the deserved attention. Particularly promotes the development of larvae and insects.
You adapts to continue at different conditions very well and easily and can be the owner of the good feeling of having made a significant own contribution to nature conservation.
The birds love this dwarf shrub, which leaves are particularly beautiful in the gray time of autumn!
The dwarf Fothergilla is perfect for the input design
Botanical name: Fothergilla gardenii
Common name: dwarf fothergilla
Origin: South-Eastern North America
Temperature: up to 28 degrees.
Water requirements: average
Sun requirements: Sun to shade
Growth: 0.75-1 m high, 1-1.5 m wide
Requirements: Moisture; resistant to diseases
Season: Summer and fall
When can she be grown: at any time
Designed by Paintbox Garden
Highlights with several tribes. They form groups and have a low growth.
They have well formed flowers and show a striking colour in the lift
A cheerful, colorful mix
In my opinion this provides the best possible color in the autumn. It grows very slowly and shows an excellent structure of the branches. You can represent a solid mass within a mixed border. They show their magnificence only in the autumn.
Here you can see the dwarf Fothergilla together with silver candle shrub and oak hydrangea
How do you thus:
-You can put the plant in a joint framework-She can serve as a Foundation plant-She can grow on the border of a forest-It is a welcome environment for wild life
An example of green border
You can put in the foreground dwarf Fothergilla and back – cedar.
The Evergreen are a wonderful backdrop to the colour show, which will start in autumn.
An example of Wildlife Habitat
Combine with the snow ball giving fruits, chokeberry and Firethorn. Combined with Sonnenhüten the whole thing for the bees and small birds is attractive.
The speech can be certainly a star among the autumn plants here. They should grow so they in one place, so you can enjoy their beauty.
Would that be something for your garden?