Planting perennials in your landscape

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Planting perennials in your landscape

Perennials are common garden plants as they are easy to care for, dependable and come in a variety of textures and colors. If you are looking for a landscape design that doesn’t have exposed stems and branches, perennials are the right option.

They don’t have to be replanted each spring as they die to the ground and re-grow the following year. A landscape designer can help you choose which perennials to plant in your garden as they have varying life spans and bloom time.

For instance, lupines have a lifespan of three years, while peonies can last up to 15 years. J&S Landscape is happy to assist you to incorporate perennials into your landscape.

Contact us today for perennial and native landscapes.

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