Perennials

A perennial with gorgeous flowers and attractive foliage
These elegant early bloomers carpet the ground with color.
Add a floral spark with this plant combo.
Liven up the spring landscape with these blue flowers.
Leeks, shallots, and other onion cousins add fine flavors to your winter meals, and they are a cinch to grow
What to do with amaryllis after it blooms.
There are many beautiful species that have a place in your garden
Learn how to grow and manage this giant evergreen grass
It was another successful year in the Test Gardens. Here are our favorites.
The Best Flowers from Organic Gardening's 2011 Test Garden
Bulbs—a perfect choice for careful landscaping and color coordination.
This brilliant fall flower is easy to grow and will delight the eye with its beautiful color.
Old-fashioned cottage pinks: heady fragrance in a petite package.
For vivid summer color and strong garden presence, dahlias are unsurpassed.
Easy step-by-step instructions to increase the number in your garden.
Tried and true, these perennials are classics for good reason.
Plant these flowers for a garden that blooms during summer’s worst weather.
These hardy perennials can take even the toughest winter.
The quintessential perennial, Peonies can live for an astounding 40 to 50 years.
A late bloomer worth waiting for
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