How To Successfully Plant Perennials / Joy Us Garden

How To Successfully Plant Perennials / Joy Us Garden



Perennials can provide quite the show & add color as well as form and texture to the garden. Most of them bloom part of or throughout the season bringing us something to oh & ah about. MORE DETAILS PLUS MATERIALS USED:

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There are so many perennial plants sold on the market, & they really vary as to size, exposure required, season of bloom, flower color, & so on. But, the one thing they all have in common is the need for a good start in life. That’s why this video is all about how to successfully plant perennials.

You can plant perennials any time of year that the soil is workable. I’m planting in spring because the selection is newly stocked up & the temperatures aren’t too blasted hot yet here in Tucson. Late summer/fall (with enough time to grow in before the 1st frost) is also a great time to plant because the days are warm & the evenings are starting to cool a bit.

Planting in spring or fall makes it easier for the plants to settle in. Summer is fine but just know that the plants will have to be watered more and settling in may take a bit longer.

Now sit back, watch your perennials grow & thrive & pat yourself on the back!

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