Perennials

One of spring's first blooms comes in many bright colors and thrives in partial shade.
What you can do to save spring flowers from freezing temperatures, snow, and sleet.
Black-eyed Susans and coneflowers are summer flower-bed classics.
Aromatic, attractive, and medicinal—sage is a wise choice for flower beds.
Tips and tricks to give you the best tulips in the neighborhood
Bring the style of the American prairie to your garden.
Panicum Virgatum
Researchers from Cornell University found these perennials to be super weed suppressors.
Tips to keep your tulips blooming.
Spring-blooming and showy perennials
These climbers transform challenges into highlights with cool style.
In winter, some broadleaf ever-greens, such as this rhododendron, curl their leaves to reduce moisture loss.
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