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Perennials survive for many years and may take several seasons to fully mature. Once mature, they will produce fruit or flowers and seeds. Your perennials only need to be planted once, dying in the winter and coming back in the spring. They almost become like family.

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Perennials survive for many years and may take several seasons to fully mature. Once mature, they will produce fruit or flowers and seeds

Annuals , perennials, biennials…confusing for the beginner; but once you understand the terminology, it's easy. A perennial is probably the gardener's favorite type of plant. For now, let's look at perennials and how to plant them.

Perennials survive for many years and may take several seasons to fully mature. Once mature, they will produce fruit or flowers and seeds. Your perennials only need to be planted once, dying in the winter and coming back in the spring. They almost become like family.

There are two types of perennials: herbaceous and woody. Herbaceous perennials like iris and phlox or daylilies and cone flowers die to the ground. Woody perennials like trees and shrubs survive intact from season to season, going dormant and shedding their foliage for the cold winter months. Evergreens, which keep their foliage, are an exception.

Consider first, when planting your perennial garden – where you want it and how you want it to look. Determine the blooming season—spring, summer or fall. Perennials can be planted all three seasons for continuous beauty. Your local landscaper can help with this planning; or, ask the local nursery where you purchase your plants.

Along with the season type, consider where the plants will be located in relationship to sun or shade. Most are sun lovers, needing about six hours of full ...

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