Though I annually make fun of the design and fashion addicts that sit in rapt attention waiting for Pantone to release their “Color of the Year” (this year’s Greenery might signal a temporary cease-fire to that snark-war), I’m always curious as to the winner of the Perennial Plant Association’s Perennial Plant of the Year. Most of the time I’m growing the plant in question, consider it a garden staple, and ready to fork over some cash to buy the tee-shirt (hey – the PPA is a worthy organization!). This year is no exception.
By Marianne Willburn|2018-02-20T20:41:01+00:00January 5th, 2017|
About the Author: Marianne Willburn
Marianne is an author, opinion columnist and speaker. But above all, she is a gardener, located in Virginia, USA in USDA Zone 6b.
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