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Perennial planters have more to choose from

Union College Horticulturist, Connie Schmitz with herbaceous perennial peony in Jackson Gardens on the college grounds.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Union College Horticulturist, Connie Schmitz with herbaceous perennial peony in Jackson Gardens on the college grounds.
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Poppy, peony, perennial geranium. Iris, foxglove, dianthus. All of those and more are flowering in area perennial gardens, their names as pleasing to the ear as their blooms are to the eye. Once planted, perennials grace the garden year after year and will typically thrive with a minimal amount of maintenance. Garden centers are buzzing right now with people in search of new plants to add to their perennial beds. Although classic varieties are always ...


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