Handling bareroot perennials, planting depth, storage, etc.

November 2003 issue of the Cornell Flower Bulb Research Program Research Newsletter:

Over the last 2 decades, perennials have become increasing popular as they became a prime component in mainstream landscaping and shed their stigma as highly specialized plants that only serious gardeners could understand or appreciate. Their varied sizes, shapes, textures, colors, and the complexity of perennial garden design have all contributed to their popularity.

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