The most commonly used spring flowering bulbs are the ‘major bulbs’ such as daffodils, tulips and hyacinths. However, there is a whole group of ‘minor bulbs’ that provide such reliable color that most gardens would benefit from including them when planning for early spring color. The bulbs are tiny and the plants are small, [...]
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Plant Of the Month
Karen’s Azalea Rhododendron ‘Karen’
A winter-hardy, compact evergreen shrub with vivid pink flowers in spring. In fall, foliage turns a striking burgundy and persist through winter. 4′ h x 4’w. Full sun-part shade.4′ h x 4’w. Full sun-part shade.
Perennial Plant Of The Year
Honorine Jobert Anemone
Anemone x hybrida ‘Honorine Jobert’
A late-blooming perennial that’s worth the wait, bearing single white flowers atop wiry stems in the fall. 3′ tall. Part shade.
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