How do I cut back a perennial hollyhock flower?

Answer Wait until the blooms of the hollyhock fade and fall off, which usually happens in late summer. Using small garden shears, cut the stems of the hollyhock at a point 3 inches above the ground. In th... Read More »

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What is a perennial flower?

According to Cornell University Department of Horticulture, perennials are plants that flower year after year. Although the plant's tops (leaves, stems and flowers) die back to the ground each fall... Read More »

Are dahlias a perennial flower?

Dahlias are perennial flowers that were originally native to Mexico and Guatemala; in fact, they are the national flower of Mexico. They are highly diversified in size, color and type of bloom. The... Read More »

Perennial Flower Guidebook?

Perennial flowers differ from annual flowers in that they grow back on their own year after year. Perennials are a relatively low-maintenance way to add color, fragrance and dimension to your garde... Read More »

How do i plant perennial flower seeds?

Starting SeedsCut an egg carton in half and punch small holes in the bottom of each section using a pencil. Fill the carton sections with seed-starting potting soil. Sprinkle four seeds in each sec... Read More »