One of the great things about container gardening is that you can create a planting almost any time of year.
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Want to know an easy way to add a big punch of color to your garden? Grow plants with huge flowers!
Many perennials bloom in early or midsummer. If you’re lucky, the foliage that’s left after they finish blooming is attractive.
If you’re noticing fewer flowers, a dead center or a plant that is shrinking, it may be time to divide. And while spring and fall are traditionally the best time to divide, many plants take summer division just fine as long as you follow a few tips.
This is a plant with a lot of common names. You might also hear it called “magic lily” or “resurrection lily.” But whatever you call it, it’s a late-summer star.