Perennials

Perennials

Perennials reach maturity in as little as two seasons. A well-chosen selection rapidly forms a fine tableau of textures and colors, both foliage and flowers providing visual interest for months. They can be featured as specimen plants, massed in a traditional herbaceous border, or interspersed with shrubs, annuals, and biennials in a mixed border. For variety, they can be cultivated in containers or window boxes, or grown among fruit and vegetables in a kitchen garden.


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Sweet Olive

Sweet Olive

Fragrant olive (also sweet olive or sweet tea) produces clusters of not particularly showy flowers t..

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