Monthly Archives: October 2010

Perennials for Michigan

Speaking of perennials (see yesterday’s post), a great book for northerners, especially Michiganders, is Nancy Szerlag and Alison Beck’s, Perennials for Michigan. The thing I like about this book, besides great pics and a full listing of perennial possibilities, is … Continue reading

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Preparing Perennials for Winter

If you haven’t done so already, it’s time to clip back those perennial flowers. I’m talking about those plants that don’t need to be replanted, such as hosta. These plants can be cut down to the crown (a few inches … Continue reading

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