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Sun Perennials are very hardy and can withstand harsh sunlight
If you’re looking to add a splash of color to the areas of your garden that are in full sun, then you’ve come to the right place. We’ve got a vast range of flowering perennials for full sun conditions in every US hardiness zone, so you’re sure to find just what you need.
Sun Perennials are an enjoyable everyday sight
Few things rival the joy we humans get from stepping through our back doors and into an oasis of sun and flowers. So we can understand it if you’re looking for more flowering perennials for full sun locations in your garden. Thankfully, we have a vast range of sun-loving perennials that flower in every color, so we’re sure you’ll find something that tickles your fancy.
Sun Perennials - Perennials for full sun conditions in your zone are available here
If you’re wondering whether we stock perennials for full sun conditions in your USDA hardiness zone, then wonder no longer. We stock several sun-loving perennials that thrive in every US zone. Find the ones for your garden here:
- Perennials for full sun zone 3
- Perennials for full sun zone 4
- Perennials for full sun zone 5
- Perennials for full sun zone 6
- Perennials for full sun zone 7
- Perennials for full sun zone 8
- Perennials for full sun zone 9
- Perennials for full sun zone 10
- Perennials for full sun zone 11
Don’t forget to mulch your sun-loving perennials or else their soil will soon be stripped of vital moisture by the hot sun. We love underplanting perennials in full sun locations with sun-loving ground covers to create a living mulch.
So if you want to grab an excellent deal on perennials for full sun spots in your garden, we have a vast range of beautiful, flowering perennials for full sun conditions in every US zone. Buy yours now from just $4.99.
Perennials can be planted in the sun and do very well, while other perennials need to be planted in the shade to do well. There are also Sun Plants that can add beauty to the collection of planted perennials.
There are many Sun Perennials that are a familiar sight in gardens and growing along the road or in yards. Some of the familiar Sun Perennials are the Black-eyed Susan, who is a giant yellow sunflower with a black center. These flowers can come in small, medium, and large sizes.
Another type of Sun Perennials is the famous yellow daffodil that is seen every springtime. There are also many different types of lily flowers that require sun in which to grow. There is the blackberry lily, the Jack Riley lily to name a couple of the many lilies.
There are a variety of shade perennials, but the one that many people are familiar with is The Lily of the Valley flower. There is the goat’s beard, the Jack in the Pulpit flower and the Mayapple to name a few of the many shade perennials available.
The Sun Plants available are the different variety of sunflowers, fruits such as strawberries, boysenberries, farkleberry, deer berry plants, and black raspberry plants to name a few of the Sun Plants that are available for the many gardens in many yards. These plants can also enhance the entrance to a home and great for the bees.
To not have to choose maybe one or two Perennial Plants, it is fun to be able to buy different packages of Perennial Plants that have a variety of the plants and be able to put them in the garden, yard and up by the house.
Some of the Perennials For Sale are the hydrangea which can produce different colored flowers depending on the type of soil they are planted in. The hibiscus is a beautiful flowering bush and the bright red burning bush. With so many different varieties of Perennials For Sale, home or yard will look stunning.
The Beautiful Hepatica
If you are looking for some of the best and beautiful in Spring flowers, the hepatica, which also known as "liverwort" is the choice for you. There are four different colors to choose from. Lavender, deep blue, pink, and white is very delightful, which will make it a hard choice. However, you could get them all. Because of their colors, you can match them with just about anything in your home, or office. The buttercup family is where they originate from and have anywhere from six to twenty sepals. You talk about heartwarming; these flowers will take your breath away. The petals do open to the fullest and put themselves on a glorious display for several weeks. Some of them are even speckled. At the base, the leaves are shaped like hearts. Three lobes are present as well. Fine hairs are on the stem. Pleasant delicate scents come from the flower as well.
The hepatica also has medicinal uses. It is known as the hepatica Nobilis because it is for the liver and kidneys. Plus, the longer and lower leaves look just like the organs. Back in the 18th century, it was used as a cure for spitting up blood, coughing, and tuberculosis. Wow, the healing powers of this flower are fantastic. The "Doctrine of Signatures" give this plant its respect. It is good to know that health-wise this plant can offer hope for some serious issues. You could easily fall in love with a particular plant. If you are looking to get your hands on this blooming colorful beauty, it's available. You can get them already bloomed or start your garden with seeds. Whatever the choice, you will not be disappointed. The aromas are very pleasing to the nose and can make a great fragrance for your home, depending on where you sit them. Have fun!!
Creeping Phlox - Phlox subulata
Gardeners looking for a soft floral groundcover will delight in the lovely pastels of Creeping Phlox. Hardy in zones 2-9, this perennial evergreen beauty is appreciated by landscapers for its ability to fill tight spaces, year after year, while being nearly care-free.
Plants feature needle-like green foliage with small star-shaped flowers in a variety of shades including white, pink and lavender. With a height of only two to four inches, but a spread of 1-2 feet, Creeping Phlox can quickly fill in areas that do not lend themselves well to plants requiring high maintenance.
Once established, these plants will produce thick mats of mildly fragrant blooms from mid- to late spring year after year. Their woody vines stay firmly anchored in spots around rocks or garden walls and help make them resistant to damage from deer and other pests while the blooms are known to attract a variety of colorful butterflies.
Creeping Phlox thrives in the full sun, but can tolerate partial shade. It's drought-tolerant and grows in nearly any type of soil, making it a superb choice for areas where chalky or gravelly soil has proven unfriendly to other plants. Place them near rock features, garden walls, or near fences to add rustic, cottage-style beauty to any area. Take advantage of its salt-tolerant nature to dress up the areas near driveway entrances and beneath roadside mailboxes or lamp posts.
To keep Creeping Phlox looking its best, trim it after flowering each spring. This will help it retain a neat look along borders and walkways and will encourage the new growth needed for it to provide an even more sumptuous carpet of blooms the following year. A touch of fertilizer each spring and light watering if conditions are exceptionally hot or dry is all this groundcover needs to stay in peak condition.