Tallish Self Supporting Perenials
Hoping for ideas and suggestions.
I have a 14ft high wall that runs almost exactly North / South and it gets full sun up to midday then its plunged into shade for the rest of the day.
Moist but well drained soil.
I'm wanting to plant a variety of taller (2 to 4ft) self supporting perennials along this wall but I don't want these plants to take up more than say 12" of the ground space from the walls base.
Hoping for a riot of different colours throughout the year and if at all possible bee and insect friendly.
I already have Foxgloves in and some much smaller spring bulbs and wild primrose. The area 3mtrs up to the wall is a veg patch and every other year will have brassicas and perhaps potatoes alternating with onions, shallots, garlic etc etc.
In addition there is already four Golden Hornet Crab Apple trees being espaliered along the wall.
Strong Self supporting is important as I don't want them to be time consuming in this area of the garden.