Perennial plants, or plants that grow back each year, often perform better if they are periodically divided. But there are ...
But fall is a great time to get new plants into the ground. Fall-planted perennials, in particular, will benefit from time spent in cool soil before the warmth of spring and summer, says Rebecca ...
Here are some suggestions. Ornamentals. Stake taller perennials. Deadhead flowering plants to encourage more blooms. Cut back mounding perennials such as creeping phlox when they are done blooming.
Create long lasting beauty and pollinator appeal in your landscape with the help of perennials. With a little bit of planning, you can have flowers, foliage and seed heads that add interest to ...
Create long lasting beauty and pollinator appeal in your landscape with the help of perennials. With a little bit of planning, you can have flowers, foliage and seed heads that add interest to ...
If your gardening aspirations include starting or expanding a pollinator-friendly garden, visit the Butler County Master ...
BY LEARNING how to remove weeds from patios quickly and efficiently, gardeners can wave goodbye to weeds springing up between ...
Last week, we planted annuals, delicate flowers that can’t handle frost. Now, perennials can handle the cold and come back every year and unlike our annual flower bed, we don’t need to add ...
This week I have a challenge for you all, that I hope at least some of you will take up. Instead of primarily relying on those enticingly labelled, nursery-bought, seasonal, potted plants for your ...
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A cornflower bloom is one of the many wildflowers that grow in Louise Butler’s yard on South Adams Street. Louise Butler, Spokane Symphony cello player, has filled yards around her home on Adams ...
But when grass finds its way into your flowerbeds, it can do more harm than good, choking your perennials and spreading through the space. It may seem impossible to banish grass from your flower ...
For perennials, vegetables, shrubs and trees, a slow-release organic fertilizer is the way to go. When it comes to annuals, especially if they are in containers, my preference is a soluble ...