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    Coneflowers (Echinacea) Don't they just make you smile?

    10 Perennial Flowers to Start from Seed

    Zinnias, the most spectacular summer flowers.

    Zebra Hollyhocks are perennials that bloom all summer long. They are easy to grow, self seed, are drought tolerant, and attract butterflies. They grow in sun to part shade and get 2-4' tall. Great for perennial beds, cottage gardens, borders, and rock gardens. Zones 4-8

    Six Long-Blooming Perennials Say hello to some of our favorite perennials -- three for sun and three for shade.

    How to Divide Perennials – How & When » The Homestead Survival

    There's a new crop of perennial flowers ready for you to try in your garden. Here's a look at some of our favorite newcomers. Watch for them in garden centers this spring.

    Poker Primrose. Poker Primrose grows as a perennial and is a flower. Being a perennial plant, it tends to grow best over several years (approx 3 years and greater).

    Going to try these this year. See if I can get tomatoes earlier then July.

    Sedum ‘Autumn Joy’...blooms pink in September, and blooms fade to copper. Butterflies love it! Quote: I usually grow mine in pots as it doesn't like heavy soil. I've had my largest plant for over 20 years now....just realized that!

    Echinacea 'Green Envy'

    Celosia. These are my favorite!!

    Gum Drop Coneflower

    Coneflower 'Twilight', 'Echinacea

    Coreopsis 'Mango Punch'...Easy to Grow Perennial, that's Long Blooming and Attracts Butterflies

    20 favorite perennial flowers | Lavender | Sunset.com

    Dahlias are a great choice for both new and experienced gardeners alike. These tuberous perennials will grow in full to partial sun, in almost any soil, and are not usually favored by deer or rabbits. the tubers will just get larger every year until you can divide them and spread the beauty to other parts of the garden.

    A red coneflower

    Snip-n-Drip Soaker System. Available for Raised Beds, Garden Rows, Landscape. See them all at gardeners.com

    5 Favorite Self Seeding Plants THE GARDENIST