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Plants that tolerate waterlogging

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Primroses tolerate waterlogging

If there is waterlogging in the garden, great beds can also be created there. You only need to know which plants can tolerate the waterlogging and thrive there.

Smaller plants and medium-sized shrubs
Of the smaller varieties, which reach a height of up to 30 centimeters, the primrose, the foam herb and the maroon are particularly suitable. Together, these three plants form a carpet of flowers from January to September. Medium-sized perennials, which are between 30 and 120 centimeters, include meadowsweet, cranesbill, geese herb, globeflower, honorary prize, Indian nettle and the loosestrife. These perennials usually bloom between June and September.

Large plants and trees
If it is allowed to get a little bigger, then planting coneflower, which can reach up to two meters high, is a good idea. It blooms from August to October. Alternatively, you can of course also plant trees - or you can combine some plants. The black alder is particularly worthy of mention, as it even tolerates flooding. But also the copper rock pear, the dogwood, the Pfaffenhütchen, the holly, the ranunculus, the mountain ash and the snowball like moist soils and thrive there splendidly.

As you can see, there are some plants that can tolerate waterlogging. So you can also beautifully plant beds where there is frequent waterlogging.

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