Long-Blooming Perennials


Most perennials bloom for only one to two weeks, forcing the gardener into complex planning gymnastics in order to try and create a garden that really does bloom all through the season. But there are also perennials with particularly long blooming periods, many in flower continuously for 8 weeks or more, which will make your planning easier. Discover more then 60 of them in this lecture filled comments from gardening expert, Larry Hodgson.

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