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 Small Perennial Flowers?

Answer Perennial flowers are plants that come back year after year without replanting. This type of plant grows again from the roots each spring. Most varieties of perennials survive for several years, bu... Read More »
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Minnesota Perennial Flowers?

Because Minnesota has such extreme winters, gardeners often grow herbaceous perennials--those that die every fall and return in the spring. Native perennials are an excellent choice for such extrem... Read More »
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How do i trail perennial flowers?

Trailing from a PlanterChoose a flowering trailing perennial such as trailing petunia, red flowered time or million bells for your project. Fill an appropriately sized planter with soil, dig a hole... Read More »
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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 »
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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 »
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