This section contains the questions and answers for the group "Perennials"
Do you carry Ornamental Strawberries, a ground cover? I want the color pink or something in that family.
Asked by: Claire Freedman from Provo on 6/15/2009
I bought some ferns from you guys last weekend, their was not a label on them, but i think they are ostrich ferns. They were about a foot and a half tall. After i planted them the wind started to blow, and has blown pretty hard at times the last three to four nights. Now all the stems have broken at the base and are all laying on the ground. So I'm wondering if I cut the stems off at the base will the plant grow new ones, or am i out of luck for this year?
Asked by: Jared from Lehi on 5/19/2009
was wondering if you had armeria in stock Pink or amanda white? we are coming up next tuesday and if you have some at the store we will stop.
Asked by: sharon from ferron , ut on 5/19/2009
What are some perennials that do well in shade?
Asked by: KRISTA HARDMAN from Mapleton on 10/17/2006
I planted an ornamental grass (ribbon grass) for the first time this year. Should I cut it back in the Fall? Does it need any special care?
Asked by: Lisa from Cedar Hills on 7/30/2004
I planted some hyacinths and daffodils in various pots last Fall and I either got nothing or just green leaves pop up. They spent the winter on my cement sidewalk out in front. What did I do wrong?
Asked by: Marilyn from Orem on 4/7/2004
What should I do to prepare my perennials for winter? Do they need to be cut back - if so, how much? When is the best time to divide them - the fall or spring?
Asked by: Beverly Wead from Ogden on 10/12/2002
How long will the perrenials in my hanging baskets live if I bring them inside in the fall? Will they be beautiful year-round?
Asked by: Cammie from Provo on 6/2/2000
Will a perennial live forever?
Asked by: Derek from American Fork on 4/11/2000