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Create a Garden That Blooms All Year!
Select Plants that Bloom at Different Times of the Year,
for Flowers in Every Season! Find inspiration with these perennials from Monrovia®!
On any trip to the garden center, it is easy to get carried away and purchase dozens of plants that look good right now. You may get lucky and have a gorgeous garden all year long. But the odds are that your garden will be spectacular for a short time, then peak and become just a little dull during other seasons.
Master gardeners are aware of one simple technique that solves the "blah" season problem. They create a master plan for their garden, selecting a number of plants that are either blooming, or very pretty, in the off-season. These pages offer suggestions for perennial plants by season, for an easy care garden that is always changing, but always beautiful.
Once you choose your plants, you can use our helpful hints to create a lovely landscape with your perennials.
It is almost too easy to begin with every gardener's favorite season. For most, spring and gardening are one and the same, as the soil warms, days grow longer, and so many lovely plants wake from winter dormancy. Enjoy our list of perennials that can brighten your spring garden.
Think of long lazy days, warm evenings, cool shade; that's the goal. Shade gardens can be lush, colorful, and relaxing. Find tips and tricks to create a garden that is comfortable and beautiful in summer.
Cooler days revive many gardens for a final fall blooming season. Discover plants that can prolong that season and help your garden remain gorgeous right up to the first frost.
Many of us simply put the spades and rakes away, abandoning our gardens until hints of spring appear. But we believe gardens should be beautiful all year long. May we suggest this list of winter perennials that can add color and charm to your landscape, even in the chill of the season.
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