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It’s time to plant! Trials show that fall planted perennials typically have larger crowns, stronger stems, and more flowers compared to those planted in spring. Here are five top recommended Proven Winners® Perennials for fall planting.

Perennial gardens don’t have to be so time intensive if you choose to grow at least a few varieties that require little maintenance each season. Here are our top ten recommendations.

Introducing the 2017 Perennial of the Year: Amazing Daisies® 'Banana Cream'! As our most popular Proven Winners Perennial, the choice was obvious when it came to naming the top perennial of the year. Its buttery yellow blooms and strong growth have earned it a place of honor in gardens across the U.S.

 

New to perennials, or just need a few solid recommendations? Try these five genera which are recommended by our growers for their ease in finished greenhouse production.

Learn all about how to select and grow fabulous perennial Hibiscus, also known as rose mallow.

I am once again writing about my garden each month. You'll get to see the good and the bad, after all gardening is a different adventure every year.

Learn more about why some perennials that should be hardy in your area didn't make it through the winter.

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Notice how the first pot has the eyes barely visible while in the second pot they are completely exposed. The difference is seemingly slight but very crucial for the successful growing bare root baptisias.

Hi, I’m Susan and I’m a copywriter and resident Plant Geek for Proven Winners. You’ll find me either writing about or working hands-on with all kinds of plants just about every day of the week here in my zone 6 Michigan garden. You guessed it—plants are my passion! My garden is nearly entirely encompassed in various degrees of shade, so I’ve come to know which Proven Winners work best in my environment. I envy those of you who have sunny landscapes! What I would give for just a little slice of sunshine…

Learn more about how perennials get established and grow in the garden.

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