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Spring Perennials for Your Backyard

Perennials are one of the most sought-after flowers in a garden. 

They range in different colors and sizes. Some do well in shaded areas, while others thrive in the sun and a mixture of those that can withstand shade and sun.

Daffodils love sunny areas, and they are one of spring's first blooming Spring Perennials. They do exceptionally well in areas of full sun and withstand drought conditions. Daffodils have a lemon yellow bloom and multiply well in the late summer months.

Virginia Blue Bells

Virginia Blue Bells is a shade-loving perennial that lives for decades and is another one of spring's first blooming perennial plants. They can withstand some sun but thrive in damp, shaded areas with little sun required. Bluebells have bell-like lobes with colors of lavender and blue and even some pink in areas where the soil is not acidic.

Another early summer bloomer is chicory plants. They are a very well-maintained perennial plant that loves drought so well they grow wild on roadsides in south-eastern states. Chicory has lavender blooms and thrives in full sun. They open up and bloom in the early morning hours and close back up near lunchtime. It's an odd plant that is a beautiful one also.

Perennial plants are perfect for low-maintenance gardens if you're looking for hardy plants in most zones. They live for years, most over a decade, most reproduce, and offer you beautiful blooms year after year without having to be taken up by harsh winter weather.

Choose from all sorts of perennials at TN Nursery

Daffodil Plant - TN Nursery

Daffodil Plant

The Daffodil Plant is a Spring-blooming, trumpet-shaped flower characterized by its vibrant yellow or white petals and central trumpet-like corona, adding a burst of color to gardens and landscapes. Their vibrant colors, from sunny yellows to pastel lemon, create striking visual displays that brighten any outdoor area. Daffodil Plant Daffodils are famous for being yellow, but there are all kinds of other colors, as well, including white, orange, and even pink. They also feature varieties with more than one of these colors. Therefore, they can form a splendid and colorful swash throughout any garden. The Daffodil Plant are an Ancient Flower They have adorned gardens for thousands of years. Indeed, the Greek name is Narcissus. Currently, it's the national flower of Wales. They've been harbingers of the coming of spring throughout their existence, and because they're perennials, each individual plant does the same for many years throughout its life cycle. As long-lasting blooms, they'll anchor your garden all the way through spring and into the summer, drawing people's gaze to their grace and beauty. Daffodil Plant The Blooming Trumpet Before they bloom, the trumpet of the mature bloom is covered in a waxy shell called a spathe. The spathe is delicate and reflects the full spectrum of light when covered in morning dew. Not every daffodil forms a trumpet, however. They form two kinds of cups: charming double blooms and what's known as the jonquil, which is a wonderful two-toned bloom. Generally, there are two kinds of jonquils: one with mostly white petals and yellow accents and one that's the opposite. Such flowers that sport two exquisite colors can act as a transition between sections of the garden. Other Characteristics Of The Daffodil Plant They can grow almost to 3 feet tall and a foot wide. Their mature leaves are tall and straight and only droop toward the end of the growing season at the beginning of August. They last more than a month through the heart of the summer, lending their multicolored cheek to any garden. Because they thrive in containers as much as in the open, they're a terrific accent for window sills, porches, patios, and decks, bringing their polychromatic cheeriness to every part of not just the garden but also the whole property. Partners for Daffodil Plant The bright yellow of the plant pairs very well with other denizens of the garden, including the Northern Blue Star with its deep blue and indigo blooms and the vibrant red of roses or dahlias. The color palette is nearly endless when considering them fresh, with fabulous flexibility.

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