Flowering Alliums Transform Your Yard for Weeks

Alliums Transform Your Yard For Weeks | GardenersPath.com

Alliums are actually in the onion family but produce wonderfully colored blossoms filled with tiny flowers. A favorite of pollinators, these long lasting perennials can last for weeks on end – making them a perfect replacement for your current annual flower beds that you may not want to replant every year.

Grow Gaillardia, a Gorgeous Perennial That Adds Color to the Garden

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Few flowers are easier to plant and forget about than Gaillardia. Providing nonstop shows of color and bloom, they are of interest at all stages of growth. Best of all, they’re easy to grow and will quickly fill whatever space they are afforded. Read on to learn all about gorgeous Gaillardia now on Gardener’s Path.

Alstroemeria: A Cutting Garden Essential

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Alstroemeria, or Peruvian lily, is a garden treasure when it comes to having your own supply for cut flower arrangements. Cultivate this sturdy and colorful perennial in the garden or containers that you can bring in for the winter. Read on to learn how easy it is with instructions from your friends at Gardener’s Path.

13 of the Best Evergreen Shrubs for Your Garden

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Finding the right evergreen shrub for your garden can be a headache, especially if you want something unique. We’ve taken the guesswork out of the project and compiled 13 of the best evergreen shrubs for you to consider. Read on to see our favorite picks and learn how to grow them at home, here on Gardener’s Path!

Easy Bulb Propagation for the Home Gardener

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Bulbs add beautiful blooms to the garden, and many of them will happily multiply and naturalize on their own. But some, usually the expensive ones, are more reluctant to divide and need manual manipulation for offspring to form. Join us now for all the details on how to successfully propagate your own bulbs at home.

Dusty Miller: A Plant That Really Shines

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An old-timey species with a name to match, dusty miller (Jacobaea maritima) is as easygoing as plants come. Dependable and attractive foliage adds value to the garden, and it is virtually pest free. Read all about it on Gardener’s Path to see what makes this silvery plant a must-have option for any outdoor space.

Chrysanthemums – A Late Season Dazzler

Chrysanthemums are gorgeous late in the season | GardenersPath.com

To extend the flowering season of your garden, look no further than the chrysanthemum. With a beautiful variety of flower shapes and colors, this autumn mainstay shines brightly when all the other flowers have packed it in for the year. Join us now for a closer look at this easy-to-grow perennial!

A Whole Lotta Heuchera (And How to Grow Them)

Burgundy heuchera with light green plants, and a rounded green shrub.

Possibly the only foliage plant you’ll need in your garden beds, hardy Coral Bells provide reliable performance in sun or shade. Toss in a flower that’s as delicate and light as they come, and you’ve got yourself one wonderful perennial. Read all about how to care for your Heuchera now, here on Gardener’s Path!