Herbaceous peonies naturally shed their leaves in the autumn and then reappear in the spring. The dead stems are cut back to the ground once a year, in the autumn, when the first frost has killed the leaves.
Artichoke plants are perennials in warmer climes but are planted as annuals in cooler climates. The edible flower buds on artichokes, which are picked before the flowers bloom, are the main reason they are planted.
Pumpkin seedlings require a long period of frost-free weather to mature (75 to 120 days), as well as a soil with warm temperatures (at least 60 degrees Fahrenheit) for the seeds to be able to germinate.
Lettuce is a cool-season crop that grows well in most areas in the spring and autumn. This crop is ideal for newbies because it can be seeded directly in the soil right away as the land can be handled.
Onyx Odyssey Helleborus is a herbaceous evergreen perennial that grows in an upright spreading style. Although its medium texture fits into the environment, it can be complemented with a few finer or coarser plants for an amazing composition.