Alfierawes Posts: 72
On listening to GQT a caller wanted to know how to create a garden on a Piet Oudolf design - the Dutch garden designer. The answer was to plant strong growing perennials and grasses in 9cm pots and place them close together at about 10 of them per sqare metre. They would then be cut back each spring and covered with garden compost but no fertiliser. My question is “could this be a permanent arrangement or how long would the planting survive being in such small pots?”
I'd imagine that was the rationale behind the PO garden too.
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