Perennials

For vivid summer color and strong garden presence, dahlias are unsurpassed.
Easy step-by-step instructions to increase the number in your garden.
Plant these flowers for a garden that blooms during summer’s worst weather.
The quintessential perennial, Peonies can live for an astounding 40 to 50 years.
A late bloomer worth waiting for
Helleborus x hybridis
How to create a harmonious tapestry of early-season color.
Bearded, beautiful, and full of grace and style.
Alcea rosea
Summer and fall-blooming perennials grown for their foliage.
Classic bulb planting advice from 1949.
Choose any of the many types of irises to add a pop of color to your summer garden.
Enjoy lavender's crisp, clean fragrance all year long.
Chrysanthemums: A fresh look at a fall favorite.
Try some of these hard-working heroes in your garden.
Plant your spring bulbs the way mother nature does, by naturalizing.
How can I overwinter my chrysanthemums? The ones I plant in fall never come back, and I end up having to buy new plants.
Help your plants to stand tall.
Add some of these plants your garden, and you won’t need a hummingbird feeder this summer.
One of spring's first blooms comes in many bright colors and thrives in partial shade.
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