Lupins i a south facing circle in the middle of my garden.
Hi. We recently dug out our cordyline from our south facing circle in the middle of our front garden. It has no cover whatsoever and is in full sun and strong winds when the weather becomes windy. We had an idea but would like to hear opinions to help us out. Around the edge of the circle we would like to put small plants not sure which yet. Any ideas are welcomed. With a layer of rocks above this and about 15 to 30 street party lupins in the centre. With loads of spring flowering bulbs planted underneath all this for some colour daffodils tulips etc in the spring. Do you all think this could work. Any ideas or tips we would love to hear. Thanks to anyone that replies. We are new to gardening and would love hints and tips. Just want lots of colour in the circle.