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The Perennial South beds contains, as its name implies, Perennials. The Perennial South Bed was created in 2006 and 2007. To create the original be, an asphalt layer had to be removed, and amended soil put in its place. The bed is bordered with border blocks to provide a contiguous edge to the bed. The is heavily mulched every year to provide nutrients, weed control and moisture control. Every Bedhead gets to choose the plants that go into their bed each year while they are Bedhead. So many different Perennial plants have been rotated through the bed over the years. Below the slideshow there is a list of the plants that are currently in our Perennial South bed. You can click on the link or image to find more information about each plant. The plants in the bed do not bloom at the same time with some blooming early in the spring and others blooming all the way into late fall, early winter. We hope you can visit the Master Gardens and our Perennial South Bed in person to see the plants in all of their glory (best time is from spring until fall). Starting late summer/early fall all of the plants will be labeled with their common name and their biological name along with a QR code to take you to the information on each plant. But even if you cannot visit our Master Gardens and our Perennial South Bed in person, you can still view each of the plants and find information on each with the links in the table below.
Perennial South Plant List
List includes past and current plants
|Debra Abston became a Master Gardener in 2018 and immediately became involved with many aspects of the group. She became Secretary in 2019 and co bedhead for the Perennial South Bed the same year. Debra is now serves as the current Bedhead for the Perennial South Bed. So here is a huge thank you to Debra for working so hard to help the group grow.|
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