Perennial Care

  1. Transplanting and Planting Peonies


    It’s Autumn! The time of year gardeners are scurrying to get their garden beds and plant babies ready for the winter months ahead!

    While you are hurrying to take care of all your

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  2. All About Deadheading For More Blooms!

    deadheading rose

    Blooms, blooms, and more blooms! Not all plants rebloom, but new cultivars are coming out every day that allows many perennials and shrubs to have a second wave of flowering! Many plants

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  3. What to Plant for Late Summer Blooms

    women watering plants

    “Nature has many scenes to exhibit and constantly draws a curtain of this part or that. She is constantly repainting the landscape and all surfaces, dressing up some scene for our entertainment.” ~ Henry David Thoreau

    The summer sun and hea

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  4. 5 Must-Have Daylilies For Your Garden!

    orange daylily

    With grassy arching blades and masses of 24-hour blooms, Daylilies (Hemerocallis) are unique perennials with a survivalist skill set that

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  5. Hottest New Hydrangea on the Market: Meet French Manicure™!

    French Manicure Panicle Hydrangea

    Nature Hills is here to help you stay on top of the newest offerings on the Nursery market and keep your garden on the cutting edge!

    Introducing the newest Panicle Hydrangea - The

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  6. Xeriscaping: How to Create a Lush Drought-Tolerant Landscape


    Xeriscaping is a type of landscape design that uses low-water-use or drought-tolerant plants that require little to no supplemental irrigation. Coined in the ’80s, Xeriscaping helps you create a water-wise yard without skimping on enjoying having a l

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  7. Best Natural, Informal Flowering Hedges!

    Hydrangea shrub landscape

    Not everything has to be straight rows. Nor does your landscape need to be filled with severely pruned and sheared straight lines.

    Sure, there is a place for formal, sheared hedges, or perfectly honed shrubs without a ‘hair’ out of place. Mos

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  8. Best Mock Oranges to Plant and How to Care for Them!

    Mock Orange Landscape

    Ultra fragrant, gleaming white blooms, Mock Orange Bushes are gorgeous flowering ornamentals! Count on these reliable, rounded plants to add spectacular features you'll appreciate for many years.

    Known as the Gardenias of the North, learn more

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  9. How to Keep Your Hostas Healthy and Happy!

    Planting Hosta

    If you are like us, you like collecting some of the dizzying arrays of different perennial Hosta plants for your yard. The diversity of size and color is endless and the new cultivars continue to be introduced every year.

    Keep your Hosta collection

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  10. Protecting Your Plants From Frost in Spring

    frozen dew flower

    First frost dates in the fall and last frost dates in the spring are based on recorded historical data - but remember - everyone will need to watch that ten-day forecast! (Then remember to keep checking it daily since even the ten-day forecast can change!)

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