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Annuals, Perennials, and Creating A Dreamy Garden


Annuals, Perennials, and Creating A Dreamy Garden

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1. Know about the different types of plants, annuals vs. perennials. (Biennials exist too…I’m still learning about these.)

Perennials, in a nutshell, are plants that are best to plant in the fall, and they come back year after year. If you purchase perennials that can live your growing zone (we live in zone 8) then they should be easy to care for. You’ll want to check the watering and sun requirements as well. Perennials don’t bloom as often as annuals. Perennials are the backbone of your garden, reliable.

Annuals die after one year (typically). They are usually more colorful plants, full of blossoms, and will continue to bloom from spring into the fall, but they won’t come back. Annuals are likely to cost less because of their fickleness. Annuals are basically decorative.

I’ve always wanted a beautiful garden. In my vision I’m about ten or fifteen years older, maybe some gray hair streaks here and there, and I’m in my garden pruning, potting, digging, and watering. While I love traveling and seeing new places, I’m much more of a homebody. So if we’re not road-trippin

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