One of the coolest things about being an influencer in the garden world is that I get to try new plants in my garden. Some of these plants have yet to arrive in garden centers for the consumer. In this post, I share trialing new plants by Darwin Perennials.
Flowers and Plants by Darwin Perennials
In the video below I showcase the new perennials I’ll be growing in my Ohio hardiness zone 5b / 6 garden this year. Be sure to comment on this post or reach out on the social media links provided to tell me what you think!
More About The video can be found on my YouTube Channel at Bren Haas.
Images of the Plants By Darwin Perennials
Below are a few of the images I took of the plants when they arrived. I’ll be sharing more about these plants as they grow on my social media and of course under Darwin Perennials on my site.
This one is holding up to its name – Super Star – blooming already!
As I mentioned in the video you will want to be sure to get these new perennials in the ground. Mulch the plants and keep them watered well until the roots are established. This process could take all summer. Don’t be surprised if the leaves die back a bit when it gets hot outside. Just prune those back and allow the new green to grow. I use manure compost in my mulch so the plant gets plenty of food. Feeding the plant is something you may want to consider.
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Where To Find Darwin Perennials
I would like to encourage you to check out their website at DarwinPerennials.com to find a retailer near you! A big THANK YOU to the folks at Darwin Perennial for sending me these plants to share with you and trial in my home garden. I will be sharing more about these plants as they grow on my website and social media.
Thank you for taking the time to check out my post today. I hope you will subscribe to my Creative Living with Bren Haas so you get the latest as it happens. I’ll be sharing these new plants by Darwin Perennials as they bloom.