Planting tips for perennials

Once you have received the plants, it is best to plant them as soon as possible, preferably right away.

Your perennials deserve a little extra attention so that you will enjoy your purchase for years to come. These species are hardy and will survive moderate to severe frosts. Always try to plant the perennials as soon as possible. If you can't do it right away, store them, for a few days at most, in a cool, frost-free place. These living plants need to take root in your garden so that they can develop and flower properly. It is important to loosen the soil a little when planting so that the roots can start growing faster. It is also important that the soil is not too dry. Therefore, give enough water directly after planting.

Our plants can be planted very easily. Loosen the pot a little around the soil and you can take out the rooted clod. Then make a hole wide enough to put the root ball in and you're done!

Do bear in mind that these plants expand considerably, so give them enough space, preferably in a somewhat sunny spot.

Perennials will normally return to your garden every year and grow bigger every year. Every spring they sprout again to give new plants, flowers and fruits. Sometimes, after a few years, it pays to dig up the plant in the autumn and divide it into several pieces and plant them again with enough space to grow.