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Part Shade Perennials





part shade perennials






    part shade
  • A location exposed to direct sunlight for 1/2 of the day.





    perennials
  • (perennial) lasting an indefinitely long time; suggesting self-renewal; "perennial happiness"

  • (perennial) lasting three seasons or more; "the common buttercup is a popular perennial plant"

  • (perennial) recurring again and again; "perennial efforts to stipulate the requirements"

  • A perennial plant











LENTEN ROSE ALMANAC JAN 2011




LENTEN ROSE ALMANAC JAN 2011





The phrase that comes to mind when I describe the Lenten Rose in January is this: The darkest hour is just before dawn.

Most of my plants go unattended throughout the year. In other words, most of them don't get cut back in late September, early October and because of that the decomposing old growth from last year is now painfully obvious.

To manicure mature Lenten Rose, you can cut them to the ground in early fall.....around late September, early October. If you do this, you won't have all of this decomposing foliage which is part of the natural cycle of the plant but is not very pretty to look at in a manicured flower garden.

If you have mature plants, right about now, look down into the center. Those are the flower buds. So, here they come. The flower stalks of the beautiful hellebore Orientalis, commonly know as the Lenten Rose

January is also the month when seeds that dropped from the flowers, last May, will be breaking ground as seedlings. I haven't seen them yet in my garden, it's a little early, but they're coming soon.

To summarize, the Lenten Rose in January is starting to send up young flower buds, last years foliage is continuing to lay over and decompose and seedlings are pushing up through the soil.

OK, let's leave it there. Next month we will see these baby flower buds become strapping young flower stalks.











the nice knotweed




the nice knotweed





Note Persicaria polymorpha with white plumes in background – prospers in part shade looks over Allium 'Purple Sensation' post bloom.









part shade perennials







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