Perennial plants require less maintenance compared to annuals as they return year after year, reducing the need for replanting. They are soil enhancers and perennials return every Spring and multiples also. They never have to be taken up for harsh winter weather. Perennials are the #1 flower bed and garden staple.
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We Have A Diverse Selection Perennial Flowers
A wide variety of perennial flowers are available, allowing you to choose from various colors, sizes, and shapes to suit your garden's aesthetic.
Perennials Attracts Pollinators
Perennials often attract bees, butterflies, and other beneficial pollinators, promoting a healthier ecosystem in your garden. They are full of nactar and help the ecosystem function properly.
Perennials Helps with Erosion Control
Perennials deep root systems help prevent soil erosion and improve soil structure over time. They are soil enhancers as well and are low maintenance.
Perennials Are Long Blooming
Many perennials have extended bloom periods, providing colorful flowers throughout the growing season. For example the purple coneflower perennials blooms in late spring, summer and in the fall season.
Perennial Plants Offer Sustainability
Perennials are environmentally friendly as they require fewer resources and reduce the need for frequent replanting. They also are pest and disease resistant and do not require alot of water making them the perfect staple for dry hot climates as well as humid.
Foam Flowers, a Unique Perennial Plant You Should Try
Foam Flower is one of the many species of Tiarella, a genus of wildflowers and perennial plants found in Asia and North America. Foam flower perennials grow on various soils and is best grown in full shade or dappled light. Its heart-shaped leaves are pale green and turn bronze in fall. It produces a spike of starry white flowers on 4- to 12-inch stems. It is self-Sower and will grow anywhere, so don't be afraid to try it...
Annuals vs. Perennials: What’s the Difference?
It’s easy to confuse annuals and perennials, especially when you are new to gardening. There is even something called a biennial. From home gardeners to nursery owners, it seems like everyone is throwing these words around. But what do they mean? Why does it matter for your garden? Are they really all that different?...
10 Species of Perennial Plants
Native flowers can add color and beauty to a landscape. You can frame your home or garden with distinctive flowers attracting birds and butterflies. Gardening with native plants and wildflowers helps the environment in which you live. That is because native plants are disease resistant and are better able to withstand an insect attack. Wildflowers native to different regions can look drastically different with many color variations in the fall and winter months. You can find wildflower options on online nursery sites that sell to your region. Fall and winter wildflowers are naturally found in pastures, forests, creeks and ponds, lakes and rivers alongside the beds, and along jagged edges of an ocean or another body of water....