EASY PLANTS FOR YOUR INLAND BEACH GARDEN WHICH TOGETHER PROVIDE ALLSEASON INTEREST
(Hairy Canary Clover) A semi-evergreen with year-round interest.
(Mediterranean spurge)– A great self-seeder and lights up the garden from March to June. (False dittany) – Little shrub that needs to be trimmed hard into a neat mound to show off its woolly foliage to best effect.
(Mexican feather grass) – Fluffy grass with lots of movement.
(Lessing feather grass) – Similar to S. tenuissima but larger and lovelier. (Wandering iris) Orange glow is great in winter and June sees snowy white flowers.
(Rock rose) – compact and upright with glorious papery flowers from May to July.
(Sea holly) looks good with its spiny leaves and thistle-like flowers in July and August. (Cardoon)
ABOVE: The blueeyed grass Sisyrinchium, Californian Skies, with Russian sage to the right and Balkan blue grass to the left of a bowl of succulents. BELOW: The tiny waxy stems of Sea purslane spread happily across the shingle at Kessingland.