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Keep this handy! "There is a wealth of information here about dividing perennials! Also a list of best times to divide them. Definitely the best, clearest instructions I've seen yet."

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How to Care for a Peony Bush in the Fall

How to care for peonies in the fall, including dividing and transplanting

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What to Prune When

When to prune everything....a good guide to keep handy.

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Power Perennials: Plants That Thrive No Matter What

Can't wait for peony season! This is an awesome list of perennials that will thrive in almost any condition!

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Don't Plant These Together Either

Part 2 of my "What Not To Plant Together" Series - The list might look long, but please, if you are planning your spring garden, don’t plant these together!

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Sow seeds in winter

Tape it upAfter you’ve planted the seeds, tape the top and bottom of the milk jug together. Use either the packing or clear duct tape — they both hold up just fine outside. You’ll be taking it off later in the season when the temperatures warm up.

Asparagus is one of the tastiest, easiest vegetables you can g row. A little work up front pays off with years of good eating. Find out how to plant and manage this quintessential spring crop.

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Plant these 6 perennial vegetables once, and reap their harvest year after year

Como plantar aspargos

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How to Divide Daylilies

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Baking soda neutralizes the ph in the soil and nothing will grow there. use baking soda around all of the edges of flower beds to keep the grass and weeds from growing into beds. Just sprinkle it onto the soil so that it covers it lightly. Do this twice a year - spring and fall.

how to pour a concrete curb in your garden Keeps weeds out of perennial beds and herbaceous borders Can be creative like with the stepping stones

Most of the foods we grow are annuals. In other words, each winter, annuals die and must be replanted in the spring. Perennials, on the other hand, will keep coming back year after year. Here are some delicious perennials to plant now.

Creeping Thyme (Thymus Serpyllum 'Magic Carpet') hardy drought tolerant perennial, pink lemon-scented blooms all summer, 2-4 inches tall.

ENDLESS BLOOM PERENNIAL GARDEN; Even experienced gardeners can find it challenging to design a perennial garden where something is in bloom during every season. But our Endless Bloom Perennial Garden makes it easy. We've carefully coordinated the blooming times so you'll have nonstop flowers from spring through fall. Spring brings pretty primroses, followed all summer by a host of colorful favorites, and ending with cushion mums in fall. This 15' x 8' garden includes 30 plants