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Oct 27 2015

Dividing Perennials

October 27, 2015  |   Posted In Perennials

When an established perennial produces fewer flowers, or the center of the plant looks sickly while the margins thrive, it could be time to divide the plant. Or even if the plant is healthy, perhaps you’d like to share it with a friend by splitting off a piece. For one reason or another, most gardeners will need to divide their perennials at some point.

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Oct 27 2015

Maintaining a perennial garden

October 27, 2015  |   Posted In Perennials

Step-by-step instructions for maintaining a perennial garden from the experts at Garant.

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Oct 27 2015

Pruning a shrub rose

October 27, 2015  |   Posted In Perennials, Pruning

Prune your roses to increase blooming and decrease disease and pest problems. Do most of your pruning in early spring just before new growth begins, but remove spent flowers and dead canes whenever they occur. The goal is to keep the center of the shrub free of twiggy, weak growth.

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Oct 27 2015

Basic Pruning Techniques

October 27, 2015  |   Posted In Perennials, Pruning

Basic Pruning Techniques From the experts at Garant.

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Oct 27 2015

Bulbs 101

October 27, 2015  |   Posted In Bulbs

Some of the best known and loved spring-flowering bulbs include anemone, crocus, freesia, frittilaria, grape hyacinth, hyacinth, iris, lily, lily of the valley, narcissus (which include daffodils), ornamental onion (Allium) ranunculus, and tulips.

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Oct 27 2015

Preparing perennials for winter

October 27, 2015  |   Posted In Perennials

Step-by-step instructions for preparing perennials for winter. From the experts at Garant.

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Oct 27 2015

Dividing Perennials

October 27, 2015  |   Posted In Perennials

When an established perennial produces fewer flowers, or the center of the plant looks sickly while the margins thrive, it could be time to divide the plant. Or even if the plant is healthy, perhaps you’d like to share it with a friend by splitting off a piece. For one reason or another, most gardeners will need to divide their perennials at some point.

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Oct 27 2015

Maintaining a perennial garden

October 27, 2015  |   Posted In Perennials

Step-by-step instructions for maintaining a perennial garden from the experts at Garant.

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