Mixed Flower Beds
Mixed Flower Beds
Mixed flower Beds is actually the Center of intesive Gardening for the Amateur and Professional Gardeners. Growing Flower beds is originally from the European Peasent Garden. The same which
was influenced by Monastery Gardens. As opposed to that, Asian Garden Cultures - in Persia, Japan or China - nobody grows seperate Flower Beds. The mixed Flower Bed evolved primarily in the natural Engish Garden in the last 200 Years.
One of the most important Elements of the English Garden is - the Flower Bed - a Border between the Lawn and the Bush, Fence or Trees, or along a Road that leads to the House Gate. Its a mixture
of durable Perrenial Flowers , with the addition of Bushes , Geophyts and Annual Flowers, which has reached the Status of Art.
There are Prize bearing Contests for Planning and maintaining these Flower Beds. Here you have Wide Support to the Expression of Aesthetics and Art by choosing the Plant materials and integrating them, it also requires Great Spritual Effort for planing Constant Bloom which is fit for the given Territory. There are endless variations of Mixed Flower Beds, for Example a Blue Flower Bed, which is made up of Flowers in a Variety of Blue Shades, that are carefully
combined with Great Attention to the Transition from a stronger Shade to more Gentle and Diffrent Ones in Shape and Structure.
When one travels in european path, he surely will notice the flower carpets , composed of a variety of color, in most seasons , from spring to late fall.
In the begining of the century, there was a famous gardener in germany , carl farster, author of the book "flower garden of the future". he layed the foundation for introducing the perrenial flowers
to garden culture and had a tremendous effect on it's distribution. today, there exist many nurseries that specialize in these plants. their catalogues contain dozens of varieties from the same species