Discover tips for growing your perennial garden and perennial flowers with help from the experts at HGTV.com.
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These colorful garden plants want to bathe in the sun every day.
Sun or shade, dry soil or wet, there's at least one spring bloomer here that's perfect for your garden.
Here are some perennials that bloom a bit longer than others.
Plant large-sized perennials in early fall, and they'll perform better in the garden come springtime.
Perennials can bring color to your garden from spring through fall.
Let your garden celebrate all of spring by planting a variety of early-, mid- and late-season bloomers.
A look at a lovely hillside garden.
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If you like your flowers big and bold, you'll love crinums.
Fall is a great time for planting trees and bulbs and leaf clean-up.
This sun-loving plant is a great source of color in summer.
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