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Part Sun Perennial Garden Collection

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4 roots per package
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Ship Season: Spring & Summer

Perennials that will grow in a part sun location. Part sun locations may receive dappled sun light from the shade of trees. A part sun location may only receive direct sunlight for 4-6 hours per day. This group of 4 perennials thrive in a partially shaded location and will bloom in spring and summer. 

Part Sun Perennial Garden Collection Includes

We suggest starting these bare root perennials in pots for best results prior to planting in the ground:

Steps for planting bare root perennials in the ground:
  1. Identify the top part of the plant and the crown of the plant. The crown is where all the roots come together and where growth will come from. The crown should be at ground level or slightly above at planting time.
  2. Dig a hole using a hand shovel, shovel, or bulb drill. The hole should be 2 times the width of the roots when they are spread out. The depth will vary based on the size of the root system. However, keep in mind the crown should be at or slightly above soil level, this will help determine the planting depth.
  3. Spread the roots out in the planting hole. Add the soil you removed from the hole back into the planting area to cover the roots. As the roots shift around, you may need to add soil under the roots to make sure the top of the plant is not buried too deep. Fill the hole with soil until it is even with the ground.
  4. Add water to the planting location. If the soil settles after watering consider adding more soil to the planting location.
  5. Add mulch to retain moisture.
  6. Monitor the planting location to make sure the soil is moist but not saturated.
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Wow! I planted my roots from the part Sun collection. Within one week they were sprouting. I cant wait to see the blooms!!