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How to Grow Burnet

Burnet is a little known perennial herb with leaves that have a fresh taste similar to cucumber.

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Top 52 Perennials Projects

  1. 1. Plant Shopping

    DIY experts discuss several plant varieties and zone information for each.

  2. 2. Perennials (04:22)

    These unusual summer perennials will really make your garden stand out.

  3. 3. Plant Variety

    DIY experts discuss several plant varieties and the planting information for each zone.

  4. 4. Varieties of Lavender for the Garden

    Find out more about this useful, drought-tolerant perennial at DIYNetwork.com.

  5. 5. Plant Varieties

    DIY experts discuss 11 plant varieties and the planting information for each.

  6. 6. More Plants and Foliage

    DIY experts discuss several plant varieties and the planting information for each zone.

  7. 7. Perennials That Love Shade

    Discover the plants that will add color to your shade garden year after year from the gardening experts at DIYNetwork.com.

  8. 8. How to Plant a Border Garden

    With the proper care, a perennial border will become more beautiful with each passing year.

    Time:
    Day
    Cost:
    $100 - $250
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  9. 9. Springtime Greenery

    DIY experts discuss several plant varieties and the planting information for each zone.

  10. 10. Colorful Flowers

    DIY experts discuss several plant varieties and the planting information for each zone.

  11. 11. Alliums

    DIY Network experts show you how to add interest around a garden fence or in a flowerbed by planting ornamental onions, or alliums.

  12. 12. Soil Preparation for Perennials

    A DIY Network expert explains how to prepare soil for growing healthy perennials.

  13. 13. Asparagus and Parsley (20:01)

    Learn how to grow both asparagus and parsley.

  14. 14. Plant Shopping List

    DIY experts discuss several plant varieties and the planting information for each zone.

  15. 15. Gardening with Perennials

    Get some guidelines for working with perennials from the experts at DIY Network.

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