The Horticulture Gardener's Guides - Perennials
Quick to establish, perennials provide a wealth of color, form and texture in the garden throughout the year. From woodland floor to rock garden, from waterside planting to mixed border, these are the plants that create flower and foliage interest against the framework of shrubs and trees.
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