Growing Perennials

Do you like the idea of flowering plants that come back year after year? Plants such as Oriental poppies, cranesbills, hostas and peonies are all referred to as ‘herbaceous perennials’ – plants that die back in autumn and grow again the following year. Whether you choose to plant your beds and borders entirely with the many types available or mix them with bedding plants, shrubs and bulbs, they create real colour, depth and variety, easily and quickly, and they won’t cost the earth. 

You can download your free guide to growing perennials below.

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