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- 10 Virginia Blue Bells,10 Daffodils, 10 Yellow Lillies, 10 Red Lillies, 10 Phlox plants, 10 Wisteria, 10 Hummingbird Vines, 10 Blue Iris Plants
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Perennial flowers make gardening easy for gardening novices or experts. Perennial seeds grow with little work and soil preparation, only needing water and sun. The best perennial flowers in gardening include, Virginia Blue Bells, Yellow Lillies, Red Lillies, Phlox Plants, Wisteria, Hummingbird Vines, Blue Iris Plants and Daffodils.
10 Virginia Blue Bells, 10 Yellow Lillies, 10 Red Lillies, 10 Phlox plants, 10 Wisteria, 10 Hummingbird Vines, 10 Blue Iris Plants 10 Daffodils
The daylily makes large 4-inch blossoms, decorating your garden when other flowers are waning. It is nice to keep a sprinkling of flowers that grow throughout the season and this perennial picks up where other blooms leave off.
Grows 2 feet
Lots of suns
Virginia Blue Bells:
This is a lovely blue flower shaped in the form of a bell. It lives up to its name with its interesting shape. This flower provides a great way to watch hummingbirds. Bees and butterflies love these flowers.
Grow 1 1/2 inches high
Blue flowers bell-shaped
The plant grows in groups
Phlox is a very divers family of plants. Most have flowers that are found singly or in clusters, and all have five petals and an “eye” in the center. There’s a type of phlox for nearly every site and nearly every gardener's preference. Woodland phlox does well in shady, moist woods, while spotted phlox thrives in full sun and well-drained soil. Creeping and moss phlox make excellent ground covers. Creeping phlox likes moist soil and grows in the sun or shade, though it finds partial shade ideal. Moss phlox need the site to be a bit drier and in full sun. Some kinds of phlox are annuals while others are perennials.
The Wisteria Vine is a beautiful plant that will climb as tall and as wide as you let it. This elegant vine traditionally bares purple flowers. However, it can also bloom white petals. Wisteria prefers a dryer soil and plenty of suns. When taken proper care of this plant can grow ten or more feet per year.
Botanical Name: Wisteria
Mature Height: Will grow as tall as the object it has to climb.
Mature Width: No set width.
Growth Per Year: 10 feet per year.
Light Requirement: Grows best in full sun, will also grow in partial shade.
Soil Requirement: Grows best in sandy or clay soils with very little water.
Hummingbird Vine, or Trumpet Vine, grows quickly into an impressive vine with gorgeous clusters of red, yellow or orange tubular, trumpet-shaped flowers. Hummingbirds LOVE these flowers! The image of a hummingbird sipping nectar from a trumpet vine flower can be found in paintings and on decorative plates and other items. The vine is usually planted where it will receive support, such as a pole, trellis or fence. If planted unsupported, it will grow into a shrub. This vine has a long blooming period, continuing all through the summer and into the fall. Attractive bean-like seedpods follow the flowers. This vine is a long-lived perennial, seldom requiring more than an occasional watering in a dry spell. No fertilization is necessary. Severely pruning the plant in the spring or fall will keep the vine to the desired size or shape. This vine is not susceptible to winter damage. Clippings of flowering branches make lovely bouquets. As is true of many vines, it is not recommended that they are planted under trees or next to buildings.
Blue Flag Iris
Blue flag iris is a beautiful semi-aquatic plant. Leaf margins are glabrous, and leaf foliage is parallel. During late spring to early summer, deep green foliage and dramatic blue-violet flowers appear on two to three-foot stalks. There are many different species of blue flag iris, and the domestic plants can be found on the borders of swamps, rivers or creeks, wooded wetlands or in wet grasslands. Its botanical name is Iris versicolor. The Blue Flag Iris often fails to bloom in the light shade. Although this plant will tolerate patches of dry weather, they prefer to be in moist conditions.They will have the best results in the highly organic soil. The plant must create its large roots before it can bloom. The height at maturity is 24-36 inches tall. Ideal regions for this plant are Northeast, Pacific Northwest, Southeast, Midwest, Southwest, and West. This robust plant adapts well to the home garden and is very easy to grow.
Botanical Latin Name: Narcissus pseudonarcissus
Common Name: Daffodil
Sun Exposure: Full sun
Hardiness Zones: Four to Eight
Mature Height: Six to 12 inches tall
Spread: Six inches
Spacing: Three inches apart
Growth Rate: Moderately fast
Flowering Time: Early Spring
How Long It Flowers: Until late May or early June
Flower Color: Yellow, white, orange
Soil Requirements: Fertile, well-drained soil that’s moist in the spring.
Pruning: Should be lifted and divided every few years to keep the plants vigorous.
Flower Form: The daffodil is one of the first flowers to bloom in the spring. The traditional form of the daffodil is a flower made of pale yellow petals surrounding a somewhat darker trumpet, though there are now variations on that general color scheme. Some daffodils now have pure white petals surrounding lemon yellow or even orange trumpets. The rule of thumb is to plant the bulbs twice as deep as they are tall and plant them three inches apart. After the sword-shaped leaves start to die back, some people leave the bulbs in the ground. Others dig them up and keep them in onion bags in a cool and dry place till they're ready to be planted in the fall. Daffodils are deer-resistant.
Plant a magnificent garden with perennials. Cultivating beautiful flowers keeps your yard looking gorgeous. These plants are staggered in growth time keeping flowers growing when one group stops. The difference in growth stages keeps a vibrant range of colors around, which brightens the borders of your property.