How do I plant perennial flowers?

Answer Break Up the Root BallHold the pot upside down and tap it to loosen the plant out. Take a knife and cut off the bottom fourth of the roots. Using your fingers, break up the root ball to loosen the ... Read More »

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How to Plant Perennial Flowers With a Weed Barrier?

A weed barrier is a plastic or cloth barrier gardeners lay over soil to keep down weeds. Most weed barriers allow moisture and air to get through, but block sunlight. Weed barriers are easy to inst... Read More »

Northwest Perennial Flowers?

Perennial flowers are flowers that live for two or more years. Perennial plants that live in the northwest U.S. have learned to adapt to shorter, mild summers and cold winters. They usually grow ... Read More »

Perennial Aster Flowers?

With their bright colors and long bloom time, asters, also known as Michaelmas daisy, starwort, and frost flower, are popular perennial garden choices. Though they look like daisies, asters are act... Read More »

List of Perennial Cut Flowers?

Enjoy cut flowers from your perennial garden year after year. Plant perennials based on color and bloom time to have a variety of colorful bouquets from spring through early fall. To prolong the li... Read More »