Perennials are those plants that once planted, come back year-after-year.
Perennials require minimal care once planted in the garden. In the spring, cut back the previous year’s growth and fertilize. Many perennials will perform better if they are dug up and divided (split) every few years. When planting in the garden place three or more plants near each other to create impact.
Benefits of Perennials
Ease of care is the number one reason for growing perennials. While not totally care-free, they are great way to have a beautiful yard and garden year-after-year.
Common Perennials We Offer
- Bee Balm
- Black Eyed Susan
- Bleeding Heart
- Coral Bells
- Ornamental Grasses
From Container to Garden
Mix up your container gardens by adding some perennials, which can be removed from the container in the fall and planted in the garden during the winter. Come spring the perennial can be dug up and put back in the container. Hosta and coral bells are a couple of perennials that do well in container gardens.
Click below to view our perennials care sheets for helpful tips and tricks this season:Perennials Care Sheets