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All About Perennials

Way to grow: Expert advice on choosing and growing great perennials | Finding a perennial that thrives in your garden is like giving yourself a gift that comes back year after year. Learn how with this revised, larger edition, packed with professional advice on how to choose and care for perennials for …

Pulsatilla vulgaris - Pasque Flower Plants / Perennials

Pulsatilla vulgaris - Pasque Flower

A tough garden performer! Bright Bells on Easy, Fast-Growing Plants! Elegant 2-inch bells of richest blue. This gorgeous flower is easy to start, fast to grow, and impossible to resist! The plants reach 8 inches tall and wide, bursting into spring bloom! A tough garden performer, this Anemone makes a …

Gladiolus 'Can-Can' - Gladiolia Plants / Bulbs

Can-Can Super Gladiolus

Can-Can: Light yellow with a rose edge. Prized for large bouquets, stately gladioli (yes, thats the accepted plural form, and much more graceful than the alternatives) offer an enormous color range, including the most delicate pastels, bold hues and almost unimaginable bi-colors. Their sword-like foliage …

Cyperus alternifolia - Umbrella Plants Plants / Perennials

Cyperus alternifolia - Umbrella Plants

Umbrella plant is a close cousin of the papyrus plant of ancient Egypt, which it resembles. Like papyrus, it also forms clumps in wet and boggy areas, although it will thrive in drier situations as well. Also like papyrus, all the leaves are arranged atop triangular stems. But while papyrus has 12 wiry …

Tulipa 'Blushing Apeldoorn' - tulip Plants / Bulbs

Tulipa 'Blushing Apeldoorn' - tulip

Darwin hybrids were created by crossing formerly wild species of tulip from Central Asia (t.fosteriana). The result being huge flowers with almost regular pyramid shape before they open, brilliant colours, and tall, sturdy stems – excellent for cutting. Moreover, they can stand a little neglect if …

Tulipa (Darwin hybrid) 'Blushing apeldoorn' - tulip Plants / Bulbs

Tulipa 'Blushing apeldoorn' - tulip

Darwin hybrids were created by crossing formerly wild species of tulip from Central Asia (tulipa fosteriana). The result being huge flowers with almost regular pyramid shape before they open, brilliant colours, and tall, sturdy stems – excellent for cutting. Moreover, they can stand a little neglect …