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Flowers and Gardens

For example, the flowers in English gardens were planted not much they could be seen near the house and scattered patches of throughout the site, the emphasis is on combining in some way shape, texture, color. Trees should have several tiers, as in nature, some limes grown hawthorn bush, and their stems gracefully covered are small shrubs cotoneaster, puzyreplodnika … The green expanses of joy to the eyes of its heterogeneity, unobtrusive, and there you could see a variety of combinations of herbs. The real beauty of the garden is seen only as we move from One of his site to another. A harmonious complement to the landscape are natural or artificial moats and ramparts, as well as reservoirs with blurred outlines of the shoreline, wetland plants, pebbles and sand, murmuring streams.

Winding paths, glades, devoid of clear outlines of shady trees, randomly located flowering plants built in the form of huts and farms. Shady crooked alleys, interspersed with open green lawns with trees solitaire. Decorative flower desirable to have near the house, and the free space planting flowering field and woodland perennials. In the late 19 th century, under the influence of William Robinson and Gertrude Jekyll was born one of the types of decorative flower garden in the landscaped garden – a herbaceous border. Began a decisive rejection of the slender rows of plants. Have been developed all sorts of rules in the planting border plants. Requires a background in the form of a green fence or brick wall with traces of time, and perennials planted curb informal groups and strictly according to tiers: the tallest rear, and stunted – by anterior margin, fencing off the curb on the lawn.