Column: Select perennial plants for year-round visuals

02/16/2012 | Columbian (Vancouver, Wash.), The

Some dormant perennial plants can add visual interest to the garden during winter with their stems devoid of foliage, master gardener Robb Rosser writes. These plants might not require trimming until spring, but gardeners might prune them if their growth hampers the view of the landscape, Rosser notes.

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