Some Perennials Basics

Some Perennials Basics


Class 1

In this class you'll...

  • define the term "perennial"

  • discuss some perennial myths

  • compare the various hardiness zone maps

  • learn how plants are named



Whether you're a new gardener planning your first perennial bed, or an experienced gardener hoping to improve your existing plantings, this course can help. We'll guide you step by step through designing a perennial garden, choosing plants, preparing the beds, and maintaining your new garden.

First, let’s dispel a common myth: you don’t need to be an expert gardener to grow perennials! Though there are certainly some finicky types, many perennials are easy to grow and provide years of pleasure with minimal upkeep. 

Let's dive in!

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