Not enough time for gardening? While gardening is a satisfying pastime, it can also be a time consuming one. But with a lots of options nowadays you can choose low-maintenance plants for easy landscaping. From this article you have list of low-maintenance plants that you can plant in your garden.
The best part about cottage gardens is that unlike their urban counterparts, they’re best left a bit unkempt—think a jumble of mix-and-match wildflowers surrounded by native grasses.
When it comes to planning your cottage garden, it’s not all about aesthetics—there’s also the element of maintenance. Unlike your home plot, you may not be able to tend to the garden on a daily (or even on a weekly) basis, so choosing self-sufficient, easy-going plants is key.
Your first step is to determine your growing environment. But when in doubt, go native—plants that are indigenous are more likely to survive without too much handholding. While there are many plants that will proliferate without much assistance, it’s also best to stick to non-invasive species. Evergreen’s Native Plant Database is a great resource for Canadian gardeners to browse or search for species native to their area.