Perennial Plant

groundhog on February 7th, 2013

Helleborus (Hellebore) is a beautiful, easy care perennial to add to the spring blooming garden.

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  Glenda Bosley  a.k.a “groundhog”   Amsonia hubrichtii is an underused, low maintenance perennial that is native to North America and was named Perennial Plant of the Year  in 2011. I have grown this wonderful perennial in a few gardens.  Arkansas Blue Star adds interest and contrast to the garden from early spring until snowfall. […]

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groundhog on January 16th, 2012

By G. Bosley a.k.a. ‘groundhog’     Brunnera ‘Jack Frost’ has been named Perennial Plant of the Year for 2012.  This is truly a wonderful, carefree plant for a shady garden. I have grown several of the different Brunnera varieties available.  This is ‘Jack Frost’ in full bloom in late May.  The flowers resemble that […]

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groundhog on January 14th, 2012

By G. Bosley  a.k.a. “groundhog” Since 1990 The Perennial Plant Association has been selecting a winning perennial for the award Perennial of the Year. Here is a list of 23 great perennials that are worth adding to your landscape. 2012  Brunnera macrophylla ‘Jack Frost’ * Thrives in shade, but tolerates morning sun.  Requires […]

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groundhog on May 7th, 2011

A perennial plant is one that you plant at anytime during the growing season and it will regrow each spring for many years to come.  A perennial plant is rated hardy in your growing zone.

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