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Cindy Schnabel

SDSU Extension Horticulture Assistant

Also by Cindy Schnabel

Several Hosta shoots ready for division.

Dividing Perennials in the Fall

Dividing overcrowded perennial plants in your landscape can help ensure a long and healthy plant life. Learn which plants benefit from fall division and view a step-by-step guide for getting started!

Glory of the Snow, Daffodil, and Allium blooming in three gardens.

Bulbs to Plant in the Fall

Fall is the time to plant cold-hardy bulbs in South Dakota gardens. This will ensure that your landscape will have a variety of color, size, and bloom types the following season.

Bleeding heart, lenten rose and Virginia blue bell flowers.

Shade-loving Perennials for South Dakota Gardens

Selecting beautiful perennial plants for a shaded location does not need to be challenging or leave you with boring options. Learn about some shade-loving perennials that are known for their fun foliage or attractive blooms.