All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘perennials’

Perennials You Can Start From Seed

Save Money and Start these 14 Perennials from Seed

Have you tried starting perennials from seed? I often see the seeds for sale but I worry that it will take many years to grow an actual flower head or a decent sized plant. However, what I have learned is that there is a way to jump start perennials from seed so that they are large and established for the …

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Dividing Perennials To Make More Plants For Your Garden

Dividing Perennials 101: Tips for a Beautiful Garden

Perennials are wonderful garden plants. Plants that are hardy enough to continue growing each year in your garden are considered perennials (as opposed to annuals which you need to replant every year). They can be very low maintenance once established, providing gorgeous blooms and even edible parts through the growing season.   Dividing perennials is often the only job that …

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Green Eyed Susan For Budget Perennial Gardening

Fall Perennial Gardening: Garden Design on a Budget

Fall is the best time of year for planning your perennial garden. The plants are grown in or overgrown and you can easily see how they are working in your current design. You will notice which perennials need to be divided and see the empty spaces where new plants are needed. You can evaluate which plants aren’t in the right …

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