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Tips for Caring for Perennials

By Denise

Perennials pretty much take care of theirselves once they are established in their new garden beds. They add color and unique textures throughout the season plus they also add value to your property. I wouldn’t consider my yard complete without them and with proper planning you can have color all season long. Here are a […]

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How to divide Perennial Plants

By Denise

Perennials need to be divided to give them more growing room and keep them happy and healthy. You will also have the added bonus of more plants to plant somewhere else in the yard. Or you can trade them with friends for other plants or sell them. You can divide perennial in the spring or […]

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Start planning your spring perennial garden in the fall

By Denise

Perennials have the advantage of annual plants in that they will survive winter weather and add ease to the flowerbeds and garden areas. I tend to mix perennials and annuals in my gardens. Perennials fill out a garden and if chosen properly add color or texture all season, while annuals need to be replaced every […]

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Changing seasons in the garden: summer to fall color

By Denise

I walked out the door today and I was hit by that fall feeling in the air. My first thought is that it was way too early. We have had a very strange summer her in NW PA. The gardens suffered and it made the season move along too quickly. But I also noticed while […]

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