Learn about the various types of perennial wildflowers and how to successfully grow them with this gardening guide.(10 photos)
If you need dainty foliage or tiny blooms, look no further. Here, we give you a tour of some of the most beautiful small perennials for any garden, whether sunny and open or damp and sheltered.
A striking variant of the more common wood anemone, this creeping perennial bears white flowers over a ruff of closely packed green leaves. The plant thrives in rich, well-drained or moist soil and partial sun or dappled shade, where it will grow to 3 to 6 inches tall and 12 inches wide.
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