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Posted by Tammy Sons on Mar 08, 2022
Gardening enthusiasts enjoy vibrant perennial flowering plants that turn their property into a masterpiece. But planting flower beds from scratch each year can become tedious and too labor-intensive to relax and peacefully enjoy the landscape. Home gardeners quickly discover that perennials form a base from which they can integrate a few annuals each year. This balanced approach allows everyday people to enjoy green-thumb activities while watching perennials flourish and bloom without excessive work.
While homeowners enjoy the results of their flower beds, perennials also deliver a wide range of benefits that few realize. Through a better understanding of the role perennials play and some popular choices, we hope you can make informed decisions about planting perennials this season.
Experienced gardeners typically prefer perennials because they produce beautiful flowers. Some bloom for relatively short periods of up to three weeks. Other perennials can hold their color or re-bloom throughout the warm weather. Even when they are not in full bloom, homeowners can anticipate lush greenery from spring through early fall. These rank among the benefits that tend to fly under the gardening radar.
Perennials also present as a tremendous asset because they propagate year-over-year. Some varieties can fill out a designated garden after purchasing only a few starter plants. Many home gardeners discover they can transplant new perennials and develop other areas of their property. In essence, cost-effectiveness remains a key benefit.
Property owners typically like the fact perennials do not necessarily require mulching composting and remain among the low-maintenance assets. That being said, the following rank among the more popular perennials.
These popular flowering perennial plants highlight the reasons why home gardeners select healthy and hardy perennials to complete gardens and landscapes. We offer a complete inventory of perennials. Contact our nursery to place an order or answer any questions about perennials.