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Top 52 Perennials Projects

  1. 31. Popular Shrubs

    Whether they're flowering or fruiting, deciduous or evergreen, shrubs form the backbone of the garden. The DIY experts offer these dive...

  2. 32. Plants for a Shade Garden

    The DIY Network experts share their favorite annuals, perennials, groundcovers, shrubs and understory trees for a shade garden.

  3. 33. More Plant Species

    DIY Network offers more information about more plant varieties and the planting information for each zone.

  4. 34. Plant List

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

  5. 35. Gardening with Perennials

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

  6. 36. Propagating Perennials

    If you need more plants for your garden but are on a tight budget, follow these simple steps from the DIY Network experts to propagatin...

  7. 37. Soil Preparation for Perennials

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

  8. 38. Splitting Perennials (00:52)

    Make the most of your perennial power by learning how to split the plants.

  9. 39. Plant Variety

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

  10. 40. More Plant Shopping

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

  11. 41. Perennials (04:22)

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

  12. 42. 15 Plants for the Yard

    The experts at DIY Network provide information on a variety of plants that can add an eye-catching look to any yard.

  13. 43. Fast Fix for a Bachelor Yard (06:05)

    This bachelor pad gets a yard makeover from landscape pro Jason Cameron.

  14. 44. More Flowers and Shrubs

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

  15. 45. Alliums

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

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