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Perennial Plants

Perennial Plants, a plant that is simply beautiful

Basics

Zones 5-9
Flowering season(s) Summer,Fall
Sunlight Partial shade
Soil type Well draining soil
Height/Spread 15" Tall by 8" Wide
Flower Color Pink
Bloom Time Spring,Fall
Perennial Plants

How to plant & care for Perennial Plants

WATER:
Hydrangeas need consistent moisture throughout the growing season: give your hydrangeas a deep drink of water one to two times every week. If your area has had significant rainfall, you can cut back
EXPOSURE:
Too much shade can reduce flower output. Hydrangeas do well in the partial shade provided by tall deciduous trees, especially if they receive morning sun and the partial shade occurs in the heat of
PRUNING:
The right time to prune a hydrangea varies according to the hydrangea species and the time of year when they set buds.
PROPAGATION:
Taking stem cuttings at the right time may result in stronger, more resilient roots that nearly guarantee success when transplanting them into the ground. The second method is to root the hydrangea
FERTILIZER:
If your soil is rich in nutrients, you likely won't have to fertilize your hydrangeas. In fact, if hydrangeas are given too much high-nitrogen fertilizer, the foliage will be full and lush but with

Diseases often seen on Perennial Plants

The usual types of garden pests can affect hydrangeas, including aphids, black vine weevil, the four-lined plant bug, Japanese beetles, and spider mites. Hydrangeas are susceptible to diseases in