Höstanemon - Anemone hupehensis, Anemone hupehensis var. japonica, and Anemone × hybrida are species of flowering herbaceous perennials in the Ranunculaceae family. Anemone × hybrida is a hybrid of Anemone hupehensis var. japonica and Anemone vitifolia. Wikipedia Scientific name: Anemone hupehensis
Perennial growing height is important. Taller plants for the back of the border include Lillies, Acanthus, Delphiniums, Lavatera (Tree Mallow), Echinops (Globe Thistle) and Red Hot Pokers. Hollyhocks and Foxgloves give a real cottage garden look to your borders.
This casual and impressionistic mix is fairly easy to re-create and requires little maintenance. Blooming from late spring to mid summer, this naturalistic ensemble combines a few wildflowers and herbaceous perennials such as Flanders Poppy (Papaver Rhoeas), Sage (Salvia Nemorosa), Evening Primrose (Oenothera Speciosa) and Sweet William Catchfly (Silene Armeria).
41 Groundcovers to Know & Use: Groundcover plants, when properly taken care of, provide dense soil cover, retard weed growth, and prevent soil erosion. Groundcovers range in height from an inch to four feet. They can be woody or herbaceous; clumping or running; evergreen or deciduous. There is a broad array of colors and textures to choose from.
If you’re gardening with clay soil, you may experience some issues landscaping with flowers. These are the best plants you can grow in clay, including some of our favorites like aster, black-eyed Susan, Russian sage, and more.
Add a froth of gorgeous pink to your border, these are all easy to grow plants, many are perennials so will become the backbone of a good herbaceous border, sow once and reap the benefits both in their beauty and in the pollinators that they bring to your patch. Included are links to the grow guides from growveg.com.