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If you are at this level of detail, it is because your garden is already well done, congratulations! Here are some ways to decorate the feet of your trees and shrubs. In nature, at the foot of the trees, you can sometimes observe some flowers that unexpectedly grow, dead leaves, moss in places lacking in light (and rather humid) ... But in the garden, you can transform this circle of earth into elegant decoration. However, everything is not feasible and these are a few square meters of land difficult to develop ... It depends first on the silhouette of the tree, because at the foot of a large chestnut tree, a maple or a imposing ailanthus, nothing will grow! On the other hand, if the tree is rather thin (or if you prune the lower branches to let the light through), then planting greenery or flowers may be possible.
A very nice idea is to plant daffodils and daffodils around the trunk of the tree, on a more or less large diameter ... This yellow flowerbed is most beautiful effect at the very beginning of spring! But these flowers will not last long because the tree, once again, will give them too much shade in every sense of the term - we can not plant much sustainable at the foot of a tree, better worth loving the ephemeral decoration. We also think of liriopes ... or even, why not, of blackcurrant stalks, currants (at the foot of fruit trees particularly like at the foot of an apple tree). We forget, however, thoughts and primroses, looking for a more modern effect! And why not perennials? Plantes-et-jardins.com offers for example a special assortment "12 perennials at the foot of a tree"; ditto on the Prairie-fleurie.com site. That's enough to brighten up every inch of garden soil.