Evening Primrose Oenothera missouriensis from Growing Colors - Low-growing perennials with cup-shaped flowers that bloom all summer. Plants tolerate hot, dry conditions and prefer well-drained soil. Use near the front of the border or in rock gardens. Height 9-10". Spacing 15-18"
Planting Hydrangeas, Pruning Hydrangeas, Hydrangea Care. All kinds of great tips! The further south you live, the less tolerant the plants are to the intense sun. Allow for 2-3 hours of morning sun with afternoon dappled or part shade. - See more at: http://www.endlesssummerblooms.com/design-and-grow/planting-and-care#sthash.1r3sSCHq.dpuf
My husband dreamed this one up. He broke the bottom out of ceramic pots planted tulip bulbs then in the summer we plant something else on top. Easy and clean to maintain in the Garden or like us along our front porch!
Bleeding Heart is a lovely perennial shade plant. I had to transfer mine from full sun (where our house's previous owner planted it) to shade. In the sun, it withered away by mid-summer. Plant them in the shade!
Perennials are the best low-maintenance flowers to plant in a garden. These are the most long-blooming plants that grow flowers year after year. Add these flowers to your landscaping plans for added color to your backyard.