Gardening Basics

Super-Easy Perennials

Meet some of the most forgiving perennials: these garden toughies don't need much coddling to bloom year after year.

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Peony. The combination of sweet fragrance, softball-sized flowers and remarkable longevity make peonies the pride of the mid- to late-spring perennial garden. Since peonies can get top-heavy when flowering, use stakes or cages to keep plants upright. Hardy in USDA Zones 2 to 8

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