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  • Mountain Mint Mountain Mint
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    The Mountain Mint, Pycnanthemum Is Not A Mint Unlike What Its Name Says, But It Is Just As Capable As An Actual Mint The mountain mint, despite its name, is not the same as the actual mint as it belongs to a different family; however, their similar...
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  • Marsh Hibiscus Marsh Hibiscus
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    The Marsh Hibiscus, Hibiscus Grandiflorus Is A Unique Species Known For Its Rose-Colored Blooms And Hardy Nature The marsh hibiscus, also known as the Hibiscus moscheutos in scientific terms, commonly referred to as the rose mallow, is a flowering...
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  • Hairy Angelica Hairy Angelica
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    The Hairy Angelica, Angelica venenosa Is Herbaceous Perennial With A Wide Range Of Uses, From Ornamental To Herbal The Hairy Angelica is a herbaceous perennial and a member of the parsley family, Apiaceae, which also includes celery, Queen Anne's...
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  • Bell Wort Plant Bell Wort Plant
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    Bell Wort-Uvularia Plant is a perennial that comes back year after year The bellwort plant is a perennial plant that grows freely in the wild. There are over five species of this plant that exist in the wild. The plant grows well in the eastern parts of...
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  • Blue Vervain Blue Vervain
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    The Blue Vervain, Verbena Hastata Usually Grows In Meadows, With Purple Flowers That Appear In The Summer The blue vervain, otherwise known as the Verbena hastate or the swamp verbena, is a flowering plant in the Verbenaceae family, with purple...
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  • Stella De Ora Daylily Stella De Ora Daylily
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    The Stella De Oro, Hemerocallis Is The Most Popular Daylily Cultivar, Thanks To Its Unique Blooming Period Out of the sixty-thousand registered daylily cultivars developed from roughly fifteen flowering perennial species in the Hemerocallis genus,...
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  • Shooting Star Plant Shooting Star Plant
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    The Shooting Star Plant, Primula Sect. Dodecatheon Is Known For Its Exciting Display Of Pastel-Colored Flowers The shooting star, known formally as the Primula Dodecatheon, is a section of herbaceous flowering plants in the Primrose family. Formerly...
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  • Wild Aster Plant Wild Aster Plant
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    The Wild Aster, Aster Amellus May Not Be As Showy As Hybrid Cultivars, But It Is An Ecologically-Healthy Choice In Native Gardens The wild aster belongs to a genus of perennial flowering plants in the Asteraceae family. Despite its narrowed...
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  • Turk's Cap Lily Turk's Cap Lily
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    The Turk's Cap Lily, Lilium Superbum Stands Out Among Other Lilies, With Its Easy Maintenance And Versatile Aesthetic The Turk's Cap Lily, known formally as the Lilium Superbum or the Lily Royal in some places, is a flowering plant common to Rhode...
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  • Blazing Star Plant Blazing Star Plant
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    The Blazing Star, Liatris Makes An Excellent Ornamental Plant, With Its Tiny Flowers Arranged In Brightly-Colored Clusters The blazing star, formally known as the Liatris, is a genus of perennial flowering plants in the boneset tribe within the...
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  • Goldenseal Goldenseal
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    The Perennial Golden Seal, Hydrastis Canadensis medicinal plant  This plant is great for shaded areas with excellent drainage, yet it likes water. They grow well with ferns and near trees. They are usually grown in forest areas near certain...
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  • Adam & Eve Orchid Adam & Eve Orchid
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    About Adam And Eve Orchid, Aplectrum Hyemale  Adams and Eve Orchids nicknamed Putty root because the corms(underground stems)have a sticky matter, used in older times to mend pottery. This plant is considered an herbaceous Perennial, this is...
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  • Perennial Grab Bag- 25 Plants Selected Perfect For Your Growing Zone Perennial Grab Bag- 25 Plants Selected Perfect For Your Growing Zone
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    Perennial Grab Bag- 25 Plants Selected Perfect For Your Growing Zone

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    Perennials Usually Live Longer Than Expected, And They Are One Of The Most Sought-Out Ornamental Plants Perennials are plants expected to live longer than two years. Unlike annual plants such as zinnias, marigolds, radish, which complete their life cycle...
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    Perennial Grab Bag- 10 Plants Selected Perfect For Your Growing Zone

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    Perennials Are Known For Their Variety And Their Ability To Lie Dormant, Hence Their Useful Longevity In A Garden Setting Unlike annuals or biennials, perennials are plants mostly known for their significant life spans. Others, like many flowering...
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    The Variegated Bishop's Weed, Aegopodium Podagraria 'Variegatum' Is A Fast-Growing Plant That Spreads Easily, And It Serves As An Excellent Ground Cover The variegated bishop's weed, commonly known as the ground elder or scientifically as the...
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Perennials For Gardens are the #1 Garden Staple

 

 Whether you're planning a flower garden for the very first time or you're an old hand expanding into a new area, it's probably crossed your mind at least once whether to put your efforts into growing annuals or perennials. Each has its advantages and disadvantages. Annual flowers tend to bloom for extended periods during the flowering season, but when their season is over, that's the end of them, and you must replace them. Perennial flowers and plants, on the other hand, if cared for properly, can last for years upon years, but their bloom times are significantly shorter. What to do?

 

Advantages of Perennial Planting

 

 While annuals will add beautiful bursts of color to any flower garden, most seasoned gardeners prefer to install various perennial plants. There are several arguments in their favor. 

 

Perennial Plants Come in a Huge Assortment

 

 Who wouldn't fall in love with a border wall of ginormous blue and white flowering hydrangea bushes? Or a formal garden trellis covered with gorgeous climbing roses? One can plant a perennial garden that blooms early with tulips, daffodils, hyacinths, and other spring bulbs. A wide variety of iris may show a little later in the spring, followed by an assortment of lilies and then chrysanthemums in the fall. From formal, shade-loving hostas with lush foliage to wild and free windflowers, when properly planned and sequenced, anyone can create a beautiful perennial garden with an abundance of color from early spring to the first frost. 

 

Perennials Are Easier to Maintain

 

 Unlike the woody perennial variety, herbaceous perennial plants will die back at the end of the flowering season, but they should return the next. As a result, you won't have to pull up dead plants, and no annual composting or mulching is required. The only work you'll want to do is to deadhead the spent blooms, which will encourage additional flowers. 

 

They Add Benefit to Other Plants in Your Garden

 

 Perennial plants often grow from bulbs, corms, rhizomes, or tubers, and these deeper root systems help to aerate the soil to the benefit of other plants in your garden. These root systems not only pull water and valuable nutrients like nitrogen to the soil's surface, but they also help aerate the soil allowing in more oxygen. Additionally, many perennials, such as creeping forget-me-nots, provide a ground cover that protects the soil in two ways, first by mitigating erosion and second by holding in moisture. 

 

They Are Easy to Propagate

 

 Perennial plants don't last forever, but the beauty is that you can either divide them in the fall or take root cuttings in the spring or fall and plant them elsewhere in your garden. Once you have a few, you can have free plants for yourself and your gardening friends for years with proper care. 

 

Plant a Perennial Garden!

 

 The possibilities are endless when you plant a garden with easy-to-care-for perennial shrubs, flowers, and trees. Just be patient with your perennial flowers, as they tend to be slower to mature than annuals and may take a year or two to bloom. With a bit of effort, you'll soon have a garden that's the envy of your neighborhood!