Articles related to perennial plants
What Is a Perennial Flower or Plant - Perennial Gardens - Gardening
Perennial gardening is very popular because growing plants that live more than one garden season lets your garden design evolve. But perennials don't live ...
Low Maintenance, Easy Care Perennial Plants
The trick to finding low maintenance perennial plants is choosing plants suited to your growing conditions and getting them well established. Here are 10 good ...
What is a Herbaceous Perennial Plant? - Gardening - About.com
Perennial plants are often called herbaceous, meaning they have soft or succulent green stems that will die back to the ground in the winter.
Choosing Perennial Plants to Suit Your Gardening Style
Whether you are looking for a long season of bloom or minimal maintenance, here are some tips for finding and choosing the perennial plants you're going to ...
How to Divide Perennial Plants - Gardening - About.com
Sooner or later your perennial plants will need to be divided. You'll notice them dieing out in the center or floppy over. When that happens, follow the steps here.
Perennial Plants that Don't Need Deadheading
Some perennial plants require no deadheading to remain attractive all season. These perennial flowers won't bloom again, so no deadheading is needed.
Perennial vs Annual - Exposing the Myths - Landscaping - About.com
Perennials have a life cycle of 3+ years, as opposed to "annual plants" (1 year) and "biennials" (2 years). Using life cycle as a criterion dispels 3 myths about ...
Perennial Plants to Garden & Prune in the Spring - Gardening
We hear a lot about four seasons of interest in the garden, but this rarely applies to perennial plants. Most perennials turn ugly as the temperatures drop.
Annual vs. Perennial Plants and How to Use Them - Landscaping
What makes annual plants "annual" and perennial plants "perennial?" It's all in the life cycle, as I explain below. I also discuss how these colorful characters are ...
Perennial Plants That Deer Don't Eat (Usually)
When deer are hungry, they will eat your plants. The only real deer deterrent is a fence. However, there are some perennial plants that are rarely eaten by deer, ...