Perennials are favorites among gardeners.
Scented flowers bring bees to your yard for pollination.
Cornell Herbaceous Perennials Database
Flower Growing guides
Sequence of Bloom of Perennials, Biennials & Bulbs - Including height & color range
Ornamental Grasses for the Home and Garden
Annual Flowers for New York State (Site requirements, size, etc.)
Annuals for Special Uses
Ferns and Native Plants in the Natural Landscape for Long Island
Perennials for Special Uses
Plant List for Everlastings (Plants for Drying)
Potpourri and Fragrance Gardens
Resistance of Annuals, Biennials, Perennials, Groundcovers and Vines to Deer Damage
Summer Flowering Bulbs
Ten Winsome Wildflowers for Your Garden
The Culture of Garden Chrysanthemums
The Culture of Herbaceous and Tree Peonies
The Culture of Spring Flowering Bulbs
Impatiens Downy Mildew
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