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CORAL BELLS,

PURPLE PALACE

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CATMINT,

WALKERS LOW

COLUMBINE,

CARDINAL

CLEMATIS,

NUBIA

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ASTER,

WOODS BLUE

ASCLEPIAS,

INCARNATA

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CORAL BELLS,

TIMELESS TREASURES

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ASTILBE,

"MIGHTY" CHOCOLATE CHERRY

CORAL BELLS,

FIRE ALARM

CORAL BELLS

SILVER GUMDROP

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ASCLEPIAS,

HELLO YELLOW

CLEMATIS,

CHARMAINE

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DAYLILY,

RASPBERY SUEDE

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CORAL BELLS,

MAHOGANY MONSTER

DIANTHUS,

FRUIT PUNCH MARACHINO

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CLEMATIS,

DIAMANTINA

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BEE BALM,

GRAPE GUMBALL

DELPHINIUM,

COBALT DREAMS

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CORAL BELLS,

WILDBERRY

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CARING FOR PERENNIALS

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DAYLILY,

LAVENDER BLUE BABY

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BEE BALM

CHERRY POPS

CLEMATIS,

JOSEPHINE

BEE BALM,

ROCKIN RASPBERRY

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DAYLILY,

GOING BANANAS

ARTEMISIA,

SILVER BROCADE

BRUNNERA,

JACK FROST

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ASTER,

PURPLE DOME

BRUNNERA,

ALEXANDERS GREAT

DAYLILY,

HAPPY RETURNS

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DIANTHUS,

PAINT THE TOWN MAGENTA

COREOPSIS,

MOONBEAM

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CORAL BELLS,

PINK PEARLS

ASTILBE,

FANAL

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DAYLILY,

RED HOT RETURNS

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DAYLILY,

CHEROKEE STAR

CIMICIFUGA,

CHOCOHOLIC

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CORAL BELLS,

FOREVER PURPLE

DAYLILY,

RUBY STELLA

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CORAL BELLS,

GRAPE EXPECTATIONS

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AJUGA,

PRINCESS NADIA

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CLEMATIS,

NEVA

CLEMATIS,

BERNADINE

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BLEEDING HEART

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CLEMATIS,

EDDA

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DAYLILY,

ROCKET CITY

DAYLILY,

STELLA D'ORO

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COLUMBINE,

GOLDFINCH

COREOPSIS,

SUNKISS

​GREENHOUSE

CLEMATIS,

SAMARITAN JO

DIANE'S

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2018 PERENNIAL OF THE YEAR

Allium, Millenium

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COREOPSIS,

ZAGREB

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WE HOPE YOU FEEL, A LITTLE MORE LIKE A PRO, AT THE END OF EACH SEASON

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AJUGA,

BLACK SCALLOP

BOSTON IVY

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DAYLILY,

MAESTRO PUCCINI

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CORAL BELLS,

AUTUMN LEAVES


CORAL BELLS,

CAJUN FIRE

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DAYLILY,

BELLA LUGOSI

AJUGA,

CHOCOLATE CHIP

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CLEMATIS,

JACKMANII

CLEMATIS,

PANICULATA

I get asked all the time how to take care of perennials.  Once you get the container home, please water the container every day, until you get it planted.  So the sooner, you get the perennial planted, the easier it becomes to take care of.

Make sure the soil is well worked up and add 1 heaping ice cream bucket of mushroom compost/perennial.  Work the compost into the soil.  Plant your perennial into this mixture.  Then water well.

Mulch is always a benefit to any plant.  We use double shredded bark or you can use more mushroom compost.  Mushroom compost is non burning and adds many benefits to the plant/soil.

Keep the perennial moist.  So a deep watering every 5-7 days.  Don't let it get too dry.  If it wilts in the heat of summer, you probably are letting it get too dry.  So water deep!!  A good slow drink. 

You can plant all summer and fall, it's the watering that becomes crucial for success.

Most people put their hoses away in September and call it a season.  But your plants aren't done yet.  They need to go into winter, wet.. The water helps insulate their roots. 

You can cut back your perennials in the fall or spring.  Also, a good layer of mulch is beneficial.  Again, we use mushroom compost. 

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BABYS BREATH

BLEEDING HEART

GOLD HEART

DAISY,

BECKY

DAYLILY,

PASSION FOR RED

CORAL BELLS,

WILD ROSE

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ASCLEPIAS,

TUBEROSA

CORAL BELLS,

CHERRY TRUFFLES

DAYLILY,

ROMATIC RETURNS

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ASCLEPIAS,

CINDERELLA

CLEMATIS,

ABILENE

DAYLILY,

STORM SHELTER

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