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Orange Blooming Perennial Favorites
When it comes to your garden or natural area, you want to fill your landscape with seasonal colors that are vibrant and eye-catching. For many, this is done with orange blooming perennials. Choose from any of our favorite orange perennial flowers to create your beautiful garden.
Orange Daylilies (genus Hemerocallis)
Daylilies are known for their versatility, making it a natural choice for any garden. They prefer to be placed in an area with a great deal of sun, but can also thrive in light shade for shorter amounts of time. They can tolerate a wide range of soil pH levels and types. Add orange daylilies for a great pop of color.
Trumpet Vines (Campsis radicans)
Also known as the Trumpet Creeper, this perennial vine is known for its rapid growth. Growing in zones 4 through 9, they make for a hardy plant and are generally strong enough to survive the cold winter months. They typically bloom throughout summer and into fall but do not grow well in shady spots. Trumpet vines are a significant, vibrant addition to your landscape.
Touch Me Not (Mimosa pudica)
This perennial is known for its ornamental blooms that are vivid in color. These plants prefer to grow in full sun but can thrive in partially shaded gardens as well. As for the soil, the Touch-Me-Not plant can adapt to nearly any type of land. It tends to do well in loose, moist soil that is adequately drained. The Touch Me Not flower is desirable because of its orange pigments.
Turk Cap Lily (Lilium superbum)
The Turk Cap Lily is an excellent addition for those who want a towering boom of color in their garden. They need fertile soil that is somewhat acidic. The soil must also be adequately drained. When planted with the exact requirements, these plants bloom as high as 9 feet, making them ideal for the back of the flowerbed.
All of these plants are ideal additions for a touch of orange to your garden. With the right perennial, you can have a vibrant array of flowers in your home.