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A Garden by the Sea

Each year I like to visit at least one garden by the sea. The beautiful gardens, here in the UK, where you can catch glimpses of the sea and where there are places to watch boats and birds or wander to the waters edge to build sandcastles or skim stones with the grandchildren have been in my day dreams this year. 

Day Dreams

My search online found some very interesting articles concerning plants suitable for coastal gardens. Although getting out and about by the seaside made me think of only candy floss, pink rock and ice cream. 

One expert said, "Relaxed coastal gardens are known for their silvery foliage, grassy greens, and bright flowers. The plants are full of colour, texture, and movement, and they bring a sense of wilderness and freedom".

The Royal Horticultural society states: “Strong, often salt-laden winds present a challenge for planting. Providing windbreaks in the form of hedges or netting will widen the range of plants that can be grown”.  There is a long list of suitable plants provided - too many for me to list. It’s fantastic to get that seaside flavour, especially when you live miles away from the nearest coast. So, I’ve picked the top 3 plants to bring the beach to you -  hydrangeas, lavender and spider plants.

Colours of the Sea

I have also been to gardens where taking in the sea air and feeling the wind in your hair as you look out over towering palm trees and exotic and rare plants. Fresh air unusual plants make these gardens magical places to be. 

 You don’t need sea views to get that fun, informal look in your own outdoor space. Most coastal plants will thrive in any garden with well-drained soil and a sunny spot. For instance, spider plants are tough, they are used to battling strong winds and salty air, usually in poor soil or on steep banks.


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