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Three colorful perennials to brighten up your fall garden
Our network of eight demonstration gardens lets me experiment with many plants. As summer comes to a close, let me share a few perennial plants to consider adding to your garden. These plants are ...

When is the best time to start a perennial garden? It’s sooner than you think
“Perennials” are plants that complete their life cycles in more than one year. So a giant sequoia tree in northern California is a perennial. But when a gardener uses the term, it’s in reference to a ...

Heirloom plants return to the garden
These are plants that have been in cultivation for at least 50 years. Many have been grown for much longer. They include perennials, annuals and vegetables. If we were to step back in time to a ...

These plants made George Weigel’s ‘enemies list’. Do they make yours?
Some plants have sufficiently repulsed me enough to earn a spot ... of this variegated grass before I knew about its aggressive spreading. I planted it in a perennial garden, and it promptly grew ...

Darling: Perennial peanut: the sustainable lawn
Since its introduction from Brazil in 1936, perennial peanut has shown resistance to insects, diseases and nematodes. It has not been an issue spreading into unwanted natural areas, as it doesn’t ...

Ask a Master Gardener: Metal raised beds not the best choice for perennials
A: Raised beds don’t shelter perennials from winter temps like the earth in a garden ... the milkweed might survive, but otherwise plants at the sides of the bed will likely die over the winter. But, ...

TEXAS GARDENING: The Mexican petunia is a beautiful, strongly growing perennial
What is it? A: You now have Mexican petunia, Ruellia simplex. It’s a beautiful, strongly growing perennial that spreads freely by its rhizomes and also by its rampant distribution of seeds. It is even ...

What plants bloom the longest in Sonoma County?
But one easy way to create floriferous gardens for much of the growing season is to use perennial plants that bloom for a long time, sometimes termed “super-bloomers.” These generous plants don’t seem ...

Dry weeds can become mulch — but watch out for seeds
You can restore order to chaos. If you ignore the weeds, many are perennials and will be back next growing season with their seeds to become plants. Mother Nature hates an empty soil area and will ...

O’Meara: Spruce up perennials with fall division
Perennials are low maintenance in fall, with just a bit of mulching and pulling up debris. Older plants will start showing their age by developing a dead center or slowing down on flowering. Then ...

50 great late plants to add color to your fall Garden
Fertilize with a "bloom" type formula that encourages flower production. Tropical plants and summer bulbs should be big and beautiful. Many perennials bloom late into the season or actually start to ...

Like butterflies and the color blue? Try this award-winning native perennial: George’s Plant Pick of the Week
Cut foliage to the ground after frost kills plants in fall or in early spring before new growth begins. * Great partners: Most any pastel sun perennial pairs well, including salvia, coneflowers, ...