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20 Practical Perennials: These plants are very easy to grow but take care with the following as they are invasive - Bee Balm (Monarda), Cat-Mint (mint is nearly impossible to get rid of once it's started), Loofstrife, Obedient Plant (warning, this one can turn into a monster!), Tansy.

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Lungwort Roy Davidson, Pulmonaria longifolia Roy Davidson - Spring Perennials from American Meadows

Roy Davidson Lungwort

Ajuga Easy-to-grow, vigorous ground cover; can become weedy and invade lawns. Part to Full Shade. Astilbe Feathery plumes of colorful flowers. Part to Full Shade.

Easy to grow perennials from seed. "Beginners should start with those perennials that are easiest to grow from seed. Try black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia), catmint (Nepeta), perennial geranium, centranthus, aster, purple coneflower (Echinacea), armeria, snow-in-summer (Cerastium), or yarrow (Achillea)."

Growing Perennials from Seed

Easy to grow perennials from seed. "Beginners should start with those perennials that are easiest to grow from seed. Try black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia), catmint (Nepeta), perennial geranium, centranthus, aster, purple coneflower (Echinacea), armeria, snow-in-summer (Cerastium), or yarrow (Achillea)."

Just know that your weeds, including clover, will take off like a rocket and produce above and beyond. Weeds can be a good source of nutrients, but to most gardeners they are a pain. But this can also be a good indicator that your garden is well nourished and willbring forth large produce. Either way, your compost is doing its thing. Currently you have JavaScript disabled. In order to post... FULL ARTICLE & VIDEOS @ http://organicfarmingreport.com/he-just-added-compost-then-this-happened/

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10 tips para la división de plantas perennes

10 tips para la división de plantas perennes

10 Tips on Dividing Perennial Plants - Fine Gardening Article - Detailed info including a video and list of plants and when they can be divided.

How to split a Hosta

How to split a Hosta - gardenfuzzgarden

Growing a Cut Flower Garden

Growing a Cut Flower Garden

5 Tips to Keep Deer Out of the Garden  1) Plant rosemary, or other Mediterranean herbs, such as oregano, sage and thyme. Deer generally dislike the fragrance.

5 Tips: Keep Deer Out of the Garden

5 Tips to Keep Deer Out of the Garden Plant rosemary, or other Mediterranean herbs, such as oregano, sage and thyme. Deer generally dislike the fragrance.

A guide to hardy plants for multiple zones with tips and ideas for a successful perennial garden.

A guide to hardy plants for multiple zones with tips and ideas for a successful perennial garden. (only states Hostas as needing shade versus sun. you'll have to do the leg work for everything else).

Iris cristata /Dwarf crested iris is easy to grow. The primary requirement is well-drained soil and partial shade. Plants should be divided in early fall when leaves begin to yellow. To divide, remove the runners from a fan and lift the rhizome from the soil, making sure the stringy roots are attached. Replant at same level about six inches apart, and water well.  North Creek Nurseries

Iris cristata /Dwarf crested iris is easy to grow. The primary requirement is well-drained soil and partial shade

Some of the Best Hardy Perennials... Peonies, Dianthus, Lavender, Phlox, and Lily of the Valley. Click link for information on these plants.

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We asked our go-to garden experts for their favorite hardy and inexpensive annuals, perennials, shrubs, and trees.

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How to Successfully Replant Your Iris!

Replanting My Iris After Dividing

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Overgrown Perennials Early or Midspring Give older perennials new life by dividing them. Dig up varieties (such as Siberian iris, aster, coreopsis, yarrow, and many hostas) that form dense clumps and split them apart. They'll bloom better when t

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