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Gardening Articles :: Flowers :: Perennials :: National Gardening Association

Gardening Articles :: Flowers :: Perennials :: National Gardening Association

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Geranium 'Catherine Deneuve' - Hardy Geraniums, Ornamental Grasses and New, rare and unusual perennials from www.plantpref.co.uk

Geranium 'Catherine Deneuve' - Hardy Geraniums, Ornamental Grasses and New, rare and unusual perennials from www.plantpref.co.uk

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If you’re looking for a striking perennial that needs minimum care to produce maximum results, take a good look at Baptisia plants. Find out how to grow and care for false indigo flowers in this article.

Baptisia Plant Care – How To Grow And Care For False Indigo Flowers

If you’re looking for a striking perennial that needs minimum care to produce maximum results, take a good look at Baptisia plants. Find out how to grow and care for false indigo flowers in this article.

Tried & True Sweet Chimes Cherry calibrachoa produces eye-catching double blooms in a rich burgundy hue.

Tried & True Sweet Chimes Cherry calibrachoa produces eye-catching double blooms in a rich burgundy hue.

Geraniums add a touch of color to perennial flower beds in Sunset's Climate Zones 4 to 9 and 14 to 19 with their showy, cheerful flowers. Hardy, hybrid geranium cultivars such as "Johnson's Blue" and "Ann Folkard" are sterile, which means they cannot reproduce faithfully from seed. These species must be grown using asexual propagation methods such as stem or root cuttings. Both methods of propagating sterile, hybrid and hardy geraniums are simple to do and highly effective

How to Propagate Sterile Hybrid Hardy Geraniums

Geraniums add a touch of color to perennial flower beds in Sunset's Climate Zones 4 to 9 and 14 to 19 with their showy, cheerful flowers. Hardy, hybrid geranium cultivars such as "Johnson's Blue" and "Ann Folkard" are sterile, which means they cannot reproduce faithfully from seed. These species must be grown using asexual propagation methods such as stem or root cuttings. Both methods of propagating sterile, hybrid and hardy geraniums are simple to do and highly effective

Creeping Phlox Emeald Pink creeping phlox - drought tolerant groundcover. Thrives with Sedums, Coneflowers & Shrubs

Creeping Phlox Emeald Pink creeping phlox - drought tolerant groundcover. Thrives with Sedums, Coneflowers & Shrubs

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