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Perennials All Season Long!
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Maintenance n Bulb planting for next season n Dividing overgrowth n Mulch for winter protection n Redesigning beds
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Celebrate Spring n Daffodils n Tulips n Hyacinths n Jonquils n Primrose n Lungwort n Forget-Me-Nots n Rhododendrons
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Preparing the Soil n Add organic matter ¡ Leaves ¡ Straw ¡ Manure ¡ Compost n Enrichment ¡ Bone meal ¡ Peat moss
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June Magic n Oriental poppies n Irises n Coral bells
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Unformatted text preview: n Foxgloves n Peonies n Veronica Midsummer Bounty n Lilies n Delphiniums n Baby’s breath n Monkshood n Yarrows n Bellflowers Blooms to Bring in the Fall n Black-eyed Susans n Sunflowers n Purple Coneflower n Black Snakeroot n Globe Thistles n Showy Stonecrop n Chrysanthemums Gardening Magazine Better Homes and Gardens®...
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