Caring for your Perennials

Caring for your Perennials

Below is our series on showing you how to care for your perennials during the year.

Our penstemon is “Evelyn” .

The great thing about perennials is that they keep on giving year after year. They look lovely in herbaceous and mixed borders bringing to mind English country gardens.

Perennials peak in Summer and early Autumn and with careful planting (full sun or partial shade) and some care they can provide a splash of colour into the Winter months.

Pruning your Plant

Cutting Back for Winter

Great for Autumn care so you have a shapely, tidy and healthy plant

Taking Cuttings

A reminder on how to take cuttings

Don’t Forget to Water!

Watering in our Evelyn with a little help from You Know Who

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The Millenium Garden at Burrow Farm Gardens
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