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Architectural stars with gigantic inflorescences

Powerful and lush sultans of eremurus inflorescences, decorated with long stamens, giving them fluffiness, rise above the rosette of linear leaves to a height of 2 meters. Thanks to the spectacular blooming of flowers in a spiral, creating a "wave" effect, powerful straight peduncles and strict lines of leaves, Eremurus look elegant and monumental. Lush and delicate, they seem to float above the rest of the plants, and the massive effect is only enhanced by the warm palette of colors. Eremurus in regions with severe winters is grown with the obligatory digging of the Cornedonians for the winter (agricultural technology is similar to growing tulips), but the size of the plant and the spectacular flowering fully compensate for all the difficulties.

Eremerus in a flower garden
Eremerus in a flower garden

Indian canna is not just a favorite garden exotic, but also one of the brightest flowering plants of an architectural type. Its large, bizarre thickets, oval, less often pointed leaves, even in varieties not decorated with stripes and an outlandish bronze-purple color, make a vivid impression. But nevertheless, the main advantage of canna is considered to be gigantic size and a surprisingly bright combination of powerful foliage and straight peduncles, crowned with asymmetric large flowers in panicles or clusters of inflorescences.

As if having absorbed all the brightness and traditional motives of the country that gave the specific name, Cannes create amazing arrays in the garden in the flower beds, in mono-groups, bring bright architectonics to any garden ensembles. These sun-loving perennials in the middle lane are grown with digging for the winter and stored in cold rooms.

Canna indian
Canna indian

A rare perennial is able to compete in the ability to create volume with willow loosestrife. This generally inaccurate plant at first glance fully reveals its architecture only during flowering. Tall and thin peduncles with long and almost straight or gracefully "wriggling" inflorescence candles create not a thin veil over the lush cushion of leaves, but expressive thin strokes, creating a strikingly effective silhouette.

It is no coincidence that the loosestrife has become a symbol of a festive, bright design, it is able to settle in almost any conditions, although it loves proximity to water bodies, different lighting suits it (except for a rich shade). This perennial always looks dominant and somewhat unexpected, but invariably graphic.

Willow loosestrife, placun grass
Willow loosestrife, placun grass

Delphinium is a real garden aristocrat. Dense and slender pyramids of inflorescences of graceful flowers decorated with a "spur" create spectacular verticals in the compositions. Despite the fact that the delphinium does not differ in attractiveness outside of flowering, it is so monumental that it easily overshadows other architectural cultures during the period of its greatest colorfulness.

Today, the number of species and hybrid groups of delphiniums provides a huge choice in terms of the size of the inflorescences, which can exceed 1 meter in length, and in their density, and in color, and even in terms of flowering. Sun-loving, preferring nutritious loams and sandy loams, delphiniums with their carved foliage and high verticals of inflorescences are one of the easiest architectural crops to grow.

Delphiniums
Delphiniums

The mullein with its very massive, effectively pointed inflorescences at the top seems to be spiers rushing into the garden in the garden. Like lush flower arrows, this plant, whose charm is only emphasized by bluish greenery, creates catchy and expressive vertical accents. The mullein is cultivated both as two-year-olds and as a perennial; the architectural species includes the black mullein, hybrid, bombuciferum, common and Olympic.

Due to the alternate arrangement of sessile leaves, the base of the plant seems austere and ornamental, which only emphasizes the lines of the inflorescence. Drought-tolerant mulleins can only accept light shading and grow well on drained and not very fertile soils.

Mullein She
Mullein She

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