Here's a complete guide to what plants to plant in your London garden

London style gardens can be said to be the pinnacle of the art of landscaping, and the reason for this is that both in terms of the importance that the British attach to the practice and design of private garden landscaping, and in terms of its vast landscape character, London style gardens are the favorite artistic expression of most gardeners.

Whether it's the country park of a London manor house or the lush, flowery landscape in front of the house, both are English gardens. London garden construction was inspired by the poetic bright landscapes of the seventeenth-century French painters Poussin, Claude Lorraine and the Scandinavian landscape painters, as well as the lyrical idylls of the English poet Poubert and the influence of classical Chinese gardens.

In most cases, London gardens do not have large areas of hard paving, and in order to show a more natural "soft" landscape effect, English gardens will have a rich variety of flowers and plants as the main landscape elements. Leave a trace of the plant's natural growth and make it a part of nature.

Here's a complete guide to what plants to plant in your London garden

So, to create a good London garden, the most important thing is to match the corresponding flowers and plants. Below, Cshebao, has put together a very comprehensive list of various flowering plants for everyone.
Here's a complete guide to what plants to plant in your London garden
I. Flora and fauna

Persistent flowers: chrysanthemum, daylily, jade hairpin, broad-leaved maiden, mullein, iris, flat bamboo root

Bulbous flowers: dahlia, grape hyacinths, tulips, trumpet daffodils, scallions, irises, plantains

Vines: ivy, climbing tiger, rose, leafy flower, wisteria, nectarine, honeysuckle

Lawn cover plants: ryegrass, grass morning glory, fine leaf witch hazel, horseshoe gold, dog tooth root

II. Trees

Deciduous Trees: Ginkgo, Acacia, Liriodendron, Sophora, Sophora, Suspended Bell Tree, Elm, Hammer Elm, Kudzu, Sycamore, Sapium sebiferum, Chrysanthemum, Luan, Couplea, Tulip, Duchene Evergreen Trees: Magnolia, Orchid, Hornbeam, Bauhinia, Banyan Tree, Silver Birch, Crystal Peach, Laurel, Geranium, Camphor, Nan, Black-Shelled Nan, Mountain Smile

Small Deciduous Trees: Magnolia, Purple Magnolia, Two Tree Magnolia, Bauhinia, Cherry Blossom, Purple Leaf Plum, Purple Ivy, Wax Plum, Hibiscus, Pomegranate, Chrysanthemum, Plum, Peach, Begonia

Small evergreen trees: loquat, heather, Japanese coral tree, Japanese honeysuckle, white jacaranda, red jacaranda, Taiwan acacia, yellow dianthus
Here's a complete guide to what plants to plant in your London garden
III. Shrubs

Deciduous shrubs: moonrose, yellow rose, Dei, sea buckthorn, hibiscus, Helianthus, Phellodendron, Hydrangea

Evergreen shrubs: spring azalea, summer rhodododendron, cuckoo, gardenia, four-season cinnamon, heather, small-leafed maiden, laughing, sea tung, goose palm wood, camellia, tea plum, south sky bamboo, yellow poplar, silk orchid, golden coral, two-colored jasmine, June snow, anise gold plate

IV. Flowering plants. 
If you want your English garden to bloom in all seasons, you can follow the following plant species to grow a sensible mix and match.

Autumn flowering plants: Cinnamomum (September), Hibiscus (September-October), Chrysanthemum (September-November), Lucky Grass (September-November), Orchid (September-November), Hibiscus (October), Yellow Flowering Rhododendron (blooms all year round, but September-October is the best time to do so)

Winter flowering plants: Camellia sinensis (November-April), Camellia sinensis (winter solstice spring), Plum dulcis (winter solstice spring), Wax plum (December-March)

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