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Perennial plants are any that last for more than two years in the garden. It comes from the Latin words "per" and "annus," which means "through" and "year." We use the term perennial as a label on plants to differentiate them from those plants that only survive one season and are called annuals. That includes plants such as impatiens, geraniums, and lobelia. Some plants will die back each autumn and remain dormant through winter. Each spring, they will return from their root stock to provide an excellent foundation for any garden.
Perennials are considered the backbone of any good landscaping project. Annuals must be replaced yearly, as in the case of lobelia, but the plants reappear each year without additional work or expense. They provide texture, form, and a variety of colors that can be counted on year after year. Bloom's time, lifespan, and culture will vary among plants. Short-lived plants last only three to four years. This category includes delphinium and lupines.
Other varieties can last as long as 15 years, while peonies will continue for a lifetime. There is no set rule for these plants. Some require shade, while others need full sun. You'll also find ones such as the gooseneck loosestrife that will overrun the garden. Flowers are beautiful, but they can be accented with annuals. Lobelia has a dainty flower perfect as a garden border.
Many people think of garden varieties when they hear someone mention annuals. That would include the daylily. It is a favorite of gardeners for its continuous blooms. Each daylily has many buds that continually open up into beautiful flowers. The flowers last a couple of weeks, and with so many buds, you'll have non-stop blooms all season. The daylily is the best plant for numerous reasons. One is that it comes in numerous sizes, shapes, and colors. It's drought-tolerant and suitable for many forms of landscaping.
The small white flowers that appear each April and May eventually turn into edible fruit.
These plants are almost everyone's dream garden, and why not? Not only are they colorful and beautiful and hardy, but they come back year after year to fill gardens and window boxes and add a colorful accent to shrubs and trees. These plants also get bigger every year, so you can usually divide them and spread them around your yard or indoor spot.
If you want a colorful garden indoors or out, you want perennials. Here are some of the favorites and most colorful.
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