Perennials are a type of plant that live for more than two years and come back year after year. They are a popular choice for gardeners because they are low-maintenance and provide a beautiful display of flowers and foliage.

When selecting perennials, it's important to choose plants that are well-suited to your climate and growing conditions. Some popular choices include coneflowers, daylilies, hostas, and peonies. You can also mix and match different types of perennials to create a stunning garden that blooms throughout the growing season.

One of the benefits of growing perennials is that they require less maintenance than annuals. However, they do require some care to ensure that they thrive. It's important to water perennials regularly, especially during hot and dry weather. You should also fertilize as needed and mulch around the base of the plants to help retain moisture and prevent weeds.

Perennials also benefit from being divided every few years. This helps to keep the plants healthy and prevent them from becoming overcrowded. The best time to divide perennials is in the spring or fall, when the plants are not actively growing.

Overall, perennials are a beautiful and low-maintenance addition to any garden. With a little bit of care and attention, they can provide a stunning display of color and foliage year after year.

*Due to the nature of cross province shipping, we are unable to send any live goods across provincial lines. We aren't able to ensure proper temperature control or care for the plant while enroute.* 

**The vast majority of our perennials are grown in house, so this page is constantly under construction!**