Perennials are plants that come back in the garden from year to year without replanting. Most of these have shorter bloom cycles, but well planned and maintained perennial gardens can keep you in blooms for most of the year. The majority of perennials “die back” as the top portion of the plant dies. As their natural season returns they’ll regrow and re-bloom.
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Tina and I stopped by your downtown store a couple of weeks ago to get ready for spring planting. The Red Tip Photinias were not available but of course, Tina found some other plants she could not live without. We went back yesterday and Pete helped us find the Photinias along with the Potatoe Plants👀. BUT No, Pete and Tina could not stop there. They were able to find two trees I didn’t know we needed.😱
“Happy Wife, Happy Life”
You have a great place.
Thank you,- Eddie