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How and why to deadhead black-eyed Susans (and other perennials) to keep them blooming better. From Garden Gate magazine.

Deadheading perennials

Front & Back garden: How and why to deadhead black-eyed Susans (and other perennials) to keep them blooming better. From Garden Gate magazine.

Perennials Designed to Withstand the Harshest of Winters

Perennials Designed to Withstand the Harshest of Winters

From Better Homes and Gardens, ideas and improvement projects for your home and garden plus recipes and entertaining ideas.

The Best Easy-Care Perennial Flowers - Add a profusion of colorful flowers that come back every year with these no-fuss plants.

The Best Easy-Care Perennial Flowers

Gardening Video: The Best Perennial Flowers to Grow in Your Garden - Add a profusion of colorful flowers that come back every year with these no-fuss plants.

Very good tips - 10 Tips on Dividing Perennial Plants | Fine Gardening

10 Tips on Dividing Perennial Plants - Fine Gardening Article - Detailed info including a video and list of plants and when they can be divided.

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Top Plant Picks for Late-Summer Color

Cupid's Dart - Better Hones and Gardens Top Plants For Late Summer Colour

this is seriously the easiest way to garden. never bend over, great for older people with bad knees, never pull weeds.

raised urban gardens - this is seriously the easiest way to garden. never bend over, great for older people with bad knees, never pull weeds. how to build it and what to plant on link.

The title says it all. You too can enjoy free plants with these easy 'how to' details. Videos, pics and easy to follow summaries for herbs plus.

Free Plants from Easy Cuttings – How to Snip ‘n’ Stick

Free Plants from Easy Cuttings – Snip ‘n’ stick details. An awesome guide of which plants you (or your neighbors) might already have and how best to propagate them to fill out your landscape for free.

Dividing Perennials - tells you what, when and how

How to Divide Perennials - Save money in your garden and keep your perennials healthy by dividing them properly.

SUPPORT A TOMATES Cinq échalas, quelque étoiles de ficelle à différentes hauteurs et la plante s'installe toute seule en poussant dans les étoiles.

Twine-Star Supports

Twine-Star Supports - Martha Stewart Lawn and GardenStar supports for tomato plants. The pentagram has such a deep connection to earth and growth!

Most perennial flowers look best if you remove faded flowers. This is called deadheading. As a bonus, many perennials will push out another cycle of blooms after deadheading. | If your perennial flowers become too tall & leggy or flop open in the middle, try shearing them back to 6-12 inches above the ground. This type of haircut causes them to branch and become stockier.

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Most perennial flowers look best if you remove faded flowers. This is called deadheading. As a bonus, many perennials will push out another cycle of blooms after deadheading.

Tips for dividing perennials & a great list of timing and techniques for various plants.

Tips on Dividing Perennial Plants~ Quote: Keep this handy! There is a wealth of information here about dividing perennials! Also a list of best times to divide them. Definitely the best, clearest instructions I've seen (from Fine Gardening)

We need to build a shade garden... thinking about a big bunch of astilbe and hosta

Our Favorite Shade Garden Perennials

Enjoy the feathery plumes of Astilbe in early summer. This tough perennial blooms in shades of burgundy, red, pink, lavender, and white.

Easy Division for Your Plants. Perennials are easy if you know what to do!

Easy Division for Your Plants

When it gets cramped in your flower bed, it's time to divide and conquer. How to divide your plants

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