All About Perennial Plants

I Need to plant more of these love the color they give! :) :) Gladiolus Garden! Beautiful cut flowers!

Shade Perennial Flowers, Helleborus, Ferns, Garden Plants, Shade Plants

Beauty of Perennials Purple coneflower, daisies, foxglove, black-eyed susans, astilbe and hollyhocks fill this garden.

Drought Tolerant Perennial Garden- good reference for those plants not needing lots of moisture...not that i live in a dry area, i just forget to water sometimes :/

5 beautiful bushes to plant in the yard. good for privacy and very easy on the eye! such pretty colors! buddiea(pink),forsythia spectabilis(yellow), spirea arguta(white), ceanothus yankee point(blue), and weigelia(burgundy)

perennial plants - this is an amazing garden!

Good Resource! Perennials Made Easy My web site is about easy to grow perennials for all seasons, gardening ideas, and how to plan a flower garden with beds and borders. | Casual Crafter

Plants for shade

Creeping Phlox/ATTRACTS: Ruby Throated Hummingbirds. Plant in rock borders. Great for sunny slopes. Use as a groundcover to control weeds. Great as a groundcover for erosion control. Prefers slightly dry soil. Plant with Red Oak Tree. Spreads quickly. "Scarlet Flame" Hummingbirds favorite. Pull grass out of as soon as you see it, will steal the nutrients. Mulch in Winter with dry leaves.

cottage garden

Stuff to plant that mosquitos HATE.

Perennial garden

Angelonia - it's drought tollerant, it flowers all season, it loves deep shade and deer won’t eat it. Plant care info is on the post - via Everyday Gardeners

Bright and colorful flower garden. A Kincaid garden tag is the only plant label you'll ever need.

perennial flower garden design

How and why to deadhead black-eyed Susans (and other perennials) to keep them blooming better. From Garden Gate magazine. *Cut down to the nearest leaf.

How To Plant Flowering Perennials in Containers

New to #gardening? Start with these easy-care (and inexpensive!) plants.

How to grow strawberries - I asked about strawberry pots and why they needed to be used. I was told strawberries love warm soil. I have two strawberry planters. One has last years strawberries and the other, the plants off the runners of the other pot. I think I'll rotate them every two years. Yum!

Perennial Flowers