Fall is the best season to put perennials in the garden. Give these tricks a try to ensure perennials settle in now so they can bloom to their fullest potential come spring.
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Keep pollinators buzzing into fall with these low-maintenance perennials for your flower garden.
Learn more about low-maintenance perennials, the tried-and-true varieties that reward abundantly with little effort from the gardener.
Feed increased bee and butterfly populations in the warm summer months when you plant these colorful, deer-resistant, drought tolerant perennials.
Take steps now to rejuvenate your garden and help it survive summer.
Overcome the shortcomings of a shady landscape when you choose plants that thrive in limited amounts of sunlight. Instead of brilliantly blooming annuals, choose boldly foliated perennials that prefer partial shade.
Flowers may come and go, but colorful foliage will anchor your garden spaces and provide visual interest throughout the year.
Container gardens pack a lot of punch in a planter. With the thriller element in place, it’s time to add a filler to punch up the color and add body.
Brush off the winter blues with early blooming perennials.
Surround your outdoor living space with color and fragrance this year when you install a flower garden. Whether your space is a window box, a porch container, or flower bed alongside your house, take time to plan your planting this spring for three seasons of blooms and pleasing foliage.
Plant perennial peonies in the fall to give them time to get established while the ground is still warm and easy to work. After cool temps, spring will bring lush, colorful peonies.
Divide your spring perennials to prevent overcrowding and make new plants. Then stake tall perennials as they grow.