Creating a Garden That Blooms
All About Gardening
The first tip for a garden that blooms all season long is to plant a variety of perennials that have different bloom times.
The best spring gardens are actually planted in the fall and some of the most early blooming perennials are fall planted bulbs. So be sure to plan ahead.
There are many benefits to planting your perennials in each different season.
When spring and summer are covered, do not forget about fall. Gardens don’t end when fall begins. A lot of people forget about this magical season.
There are some perennials that seem to last forever. Even after the initial bloom is done, the structure and interest remains intact.
For example, if you can find a combination of slightly different bloom times on your peony, you will extend your peony season by a few weeks.
The best way to make sure your garden is always blooming, is to fill your flower beds.
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