Featured Posts in'perennials' Category

Tips for Growing Sweet Alyssum

Sweet alyssum (Lobularia maritime or Alyssum maritimum) is a woody stemmed perennial that spreads and forms mats, Read more..

Shapes and textures matter to Beth Chatto

The gravel garden at Beth Chatto is inspired by a wadi or dry river bed.  I know this because Dan Pearson told us Read more..

Shapes and textures matter to Beth Chatto

The gravel garden at Beth Chatto is inspired by a wadi or dry river bed.  I know this because Dan Pearson told us Read more..

Guide to Growing Yellow Corydalis

Corydalis (Corydalis lutea) is native to all of Europe, including Britain.  It is a branched, spreading, hairless Read more..

Guide to Growing Yellow Corydalis

Corydalis (Corydalis lutea) is native to all of Europe, including Britain.  It is a branched, spreading, hairless Read more..

Guide for Growing the Cup and Saucer Vine

The cup and saucer plant (Cobaea scandens) is also called Cathedral Bells. It is originally from Mexico.  It is a Read more..

Learn to Grow Jerusalem Artichokes

Jerusalem artichokes (Helianthus tuberosus) is a variety of sunflower native to Eastern North America.  However, it Read more..

How to Grow Pellitory of the Wall

While you may have never heard of pellitory of the wall, in the future you may. This plant has been listed as a plant Read more..

How to Grow Mullein Pink

When I was a little girl, I used to walk through my great-grandmother’s garden in amazement. I used to listen to her Read more..

How to Plant Meadowsweet Seed

Meadowsweet is a perennial in USDA Plant Hardiness Zones 3 through 7. It thrives in soil that is moist but not soggy. Read more..