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Image Myth #1: Perennials Never Need To Be Replaced.
By Charlie Street on October 1, 2010

There are several popular myths associated with perennial plants. One is that once purchased and planted all perennials will never have to be replaced. They will live for not just more than two years (more than a biennial), but actually for years and years. A second myth is that all perennials require little or no maintenance. Maintenance aside, some perennial species/cultivars just live longer than others.

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ImageSharon
Sep 30, 2010 10:55 PM CST
Name: Sharon
Kentucky
....that's so true of your articles, Charlie. I know that you know exactly what you are talking about, there's nothing like experience. It's a great teacher.

Thanks for sharing your experience with us.
SunnyBorders
Oct 1, 2010 12:10 PM CST
Name: Charlie
Aurora, Ontario, Canada
Zone 5a
Thanks Sharon,
I try not to overstep the limits of my knowledge, but as you've indicated gardening is a path of lifelong learning. And in gardening, doing is learning.

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