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Perennial Coastal Collection

£35.00

£35.00
£35.00
Partial Shade, Sun
Easy to grow
Fully Hardy

When it comes to selecting the perfect plants for a Coastal Garden we have a plethora to choose from, all of which are fully established and ready to plant out in your garden. Every order is hand-picked by our horticulturalists who will select a mix of the best looking plants at that time. Our mixes may include Coastal Garden favourites such as: Armeria, Aubrieta, Digitalis, Geum, Polemonium or Lavender.

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Description

At Golden Valley Plants our focus is growing the best quality perennial plants, all of which are produced at our Herefordshire nursery. When it comes to selecting the perfect plants for a Coastal Garden setting we have a plethora to choose from, all of which are fully established and ready to plant out in your garden. Every order is hand-picked by our team of horticulturalists who will select a good mix of the best looking plants at that time. We are proud to offer an illuminating collection of Coastal Garden inspired perennials that we are confident will add a splash of colour, structure and shape to your garden space. Our collection adds a designer feel with instant impact to your garden and with an invitation into the coastal garden design. Your hardy perennial plants will flourish year after year and offer you long lasting intricate floral blooms with colourways which lean gently into the coastal genre of garden design and foliage offering a depth of texture to your borders or containers. The Perennial Coastal Collection of plants have been selected where breading ensures they thrive well near the coast, in exposed salty and windy sites and which flourish in sandy soils. The Perennial Coastal Garden Collection is grower’s choice, thus, carefully curated, by our team of plant experts from a wide range of perennials. Please note that the selection chosen will vary throughout the seasons to ensure you are always provided with a point of interest and our healthiest plants that are perfectly garden ready.

Planting Conditions

For optimal growth of your Perennial Coastal Collection, we recommend selecting a planting location with well-drained soil and ample sunlight exposure. When planting, ensure to dig holes twice the width of the root ball and at the same depth. Backfill with soil and water thoroughly to settle. It is preferable to position plants according to their individual needs, as some may prefer full sun while others thrive in partial shade. Be mindful of each species' unique requirements and follow their care instructions diligently to ensure they flourish in your own coastal garden setting.

Watering & Feeding

To ensure your Perennial Coastal Collection flourishes, we advise watering deeply but infrequently, especially during dry spells, ensuring the soil remains consistently moist. In Spring, providing a balanced fertiliser to promote robust growth, but avoid overfeeding, which can harm sensitive coastal plants. Each species may have specific needs, so tailor care accordingly. By nurturing these plants with care and attention to their coastal habitat requirements, you'll cultivate a stunning and resilient garden that captures the essence of the seaside.

General Care

Maintaining your Perennial Coastal Collection involves a little attentive care and occasional pruning. We like to regularly remove spent blooms to encourage continuous flowering and maintain the plants' tidy appearance. We recommend you monitor for pests and diseases, addressing any issues promptly. Remember, each plant in the collection may have unique care requirements due to its coastal habitat adaptation. Stay informed about individual species' needs to provide tailored care. By nurturing these perennials with care and attention, you'll create a thriving coastal garden that embodies the beauty and resilience of seaside landscapes.