When planting a perennial garden, the most important thing is the appropriate plants for your site. Plant selection for the site is critical
Those terrific blossoms that keep coming back – year after year
When planting the perennial garden, the most important ingredient for success is knowing the appropriate plants for your site. Plant selection for the proper site is critical. Many inexperienced gardeners will see a pretty flower they like at a garden center — bring it home and plant it — and wonder a few months later why it died. Usually it is because the plant selected was planted in an inappropriate site.
Jobe’s has the knowledge and experience to know what plants work well in the varied conditions of the Rehoboth, Lewes, Dewey & Bethany Beaches, Ocean View, Milford, Sussex County, Delaware areas.
Here on our website, we will look at the following in more detail:
Before Perennial Garden
After Perennial Garden
- Drought tolerant plants
- Low maintenance landscape
- Sun lovers
- Shade lovers
- Ground covers
Mt. Hood Daffodil
German Bearded Iris
- Plants by season
- Container gardening
- Success tips for roses
- Ornamental Grasses
- Water Gardens
Jobe’s Landscape will visit your home or business, assess your needs and discuss your likes and dislikes and then select the proper plants for you. Color, size, lighting requirements and temperature will all be considered. We will select, and place the plants for you and maintain them, if you choose.
Indoor gardening can be taken up on a more grand scale by including a special room or greenhouse in your building plans or using an existing room with lots of good light. On a smaller scale, many can garden indoors on a kitchen windowsill, a steamy bathroom or any other well-lighted room. Plus, if there is a spot where plants will help to solve a problem, “grow lights” can be installed.
And never forget that PLANTS ARE LIVING THINGS. They will appreciate a little tender loving care in return for all they provide for you – beauty, drama, more oxygen for cleaner, better air and a closeness to nature – even when you are inside.