From a small additions of color to your existing landscape to entirely new garden designs …
- Plants that flower in the season, die back in winter and then regenerate the following year. Perennials are mostly considered plants that are hardy to withstand a certain amount of frost. Some plants we consider to be perennials may be considered annuals in other areas, or zones.
When designing using a variety perennials you can ensure that there are always flowers blooming. Perennials bloom season range from early-spring to late-fall. There are many styles of gardens: cottage, formal, informal, wildflower, just to name a few. Each style uses perennials to its advantage. Mixing perennials along with your shrubs and trees creates changes in height, texture, and color. Keep in mind the conditions where you are planting as you select your perennials.