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  • Periwinkle plant will grow efficiently in partly shaded environments, and it is versatile enough to grow in heavily shaded areas as well. Periwinkle Plant has its ideal growing conditions in USDA Growing Zones 4 – 8 and reaches maximal heights of 6 inches tall.

    Periwinkle Plant


    Periwinkle Plants   Hardy Planting Zone- Periwinkle plants are most likely to thrive in USDA growing zones 4 through 8 (all states from Maine through Florida, some parts of Alaska, & none of Hawaii)  Bloom Season - Periwinkle plants...

  • Phlox plants reveal colorful star-shaped flowers and are easy to grow and low maintenance.

Phlox plants  are native to North America and are a popular choice for gardens, yards, and landscapes.

    Phlox Plant


      Hardy Planting Zone – USDA zones 3 through 9  Bloom Season – July through September  Bloom Color – Blue, purple, red, white, pink  Height at Maturity – 1 to 5 feet  Soil Type...

  • Prairie Trillium is an unbranched perennial wildflower that is found in the forests of North America. Prairie Trillium is a perennial flower that blooms in mid to late spring and can grow up to 18 inches tall.

    Prairie Trillium


    Prairie Trillium, which also goes by the name Trillium recurvatum, could be an excellent plant for you to add to your garden. Prairie Trillium is a dark green plant with blooms on top, adding beautiful life to your property. Furthermore, Prairie Trillium...

  • Purple Violets  has deep purple blooms in spring and summer. Purple Violets can be used to treat acne, psoriasis, and eczema when created into an ointment. .

    Purple Violets


    Purple Violets blooms in the spring with its signature 5-petal flowers Purple violets are a classic flower that would make a beautiful addition to any landscape. A garden full of these plants would be inviting and whimsical. They have a signature look...

  • Red Cardinal Flower prefers moist, humus rich soil. Red Cardinal Flower grows best when planted in hardy zones 3-9

    Red Cardinal Flower


    Hardy Planting Zone-3 to 9   Bloom Season -July to September   Bloom Color – Scarlet red   Height at Maturity – 4-feet tall   Soil Type Preferred- moist humus-rich...

  • Red Daylily are a vibrant addition to your flowerbed. Red Daylily grow best in hardy zones 3-9.

    Red Daylily


    Red Daylily   Red daylilies can easily tolerate a wide variety of climate conditions and are an excellent option for Zones 3 through 9. Bloom Season - One of the features of this daylily that make it such a popular choice is its abundant...

  • Red Trillium will be between 12 and 18 inches in height. Red Trillium  prefer rich soil with plenty of organic matter, compost, and peat moss.

    Red Trillium


    Red Trillium is a quick way to add a splash of color to your garden   Are you looking for a beautiful flower that you can add to your garden? If so, you may be interested in Red Trillium, also known as Trillium erectum. Red Trillium is a quick way...

  • Rue-anemone is a delicate woodland perennials.
Rue Anemone grow best in zones 3-10

    Rue Anemone


      Hardy Planting Zone - Zone 4, Zone 5, Zone 6, Zone 7, Zone 8 Bloom Season - March, April, May, June Bloom Color - white, pink Height at Maturity - 6 to 10 inches Soil Type Preferred - humus-rich soils...

  • Shooting Star is that the flower colors can vary from plant to plant colored pink and  white.
Shooting Star  leaves can sprout up to six inches long and 2.5 inches wide.

    Shooting Star


    Shooting Star Wildflower is hardy in zones 4-8 The Shooting Star Wildflower, Dodecatheon meadia, is a spring perennial that is native to North America. This beautiful native wildflower is often found growing in oak forests, woodlands, prairies, and...

  • Solomon Seal is a relative of asparagus.
Solomon seal is best planted in hardy Zones 3-9

    Solomon Seal Plant


    Solomon Seal is related to the asparagus plant and is used for medicine and food.  The plant's stem forms an arch, and the flowers are tube-colored and off-white. Some blooms are a stark white shade, and other plants grow light green flowers...

  • Spotted Wintergreen can be planted densely so that the dark green leaves cover the soil beneath.
Spotted Wintergreen can be grown in USDA Zones 3 to 8. on a soil that  must be dry and sandy in composition.

    Spotted Wintergreen


    Spotted Wintergreen is typically used as a groundcover Planting Zones and Requirements      Spotted Wintergreen can be grown in USDA Zones 3 to 8. The soil must be dry and sandy in composition. The pH of the soil is not essential, and...

  • Squirrel corn plants grow up to 12 inches at maturity.
Squirrel corn plants thrive in acidic. moist and fertile soils.

    Squirrel Corn


      Hardy Planting Zone - 3-9 (USDA scale)  Bloom Season - Spring  Bloom Color - White, pink  Height at Maturity - Up to 12"  Soil Type Preferred - Acid, moist, rich  Sun or Shade - Shade or...


How-To Guide on Growing Perennials 

If you have the knack for an all flowery flowerbed, perennials are some of the bunch you should consider. Perennials are plants that provide flowers throughout the year except in harsh winters. Perennials are in full bloom during summer and autumn and color and bloom during this season. If planning to plant the perennials, here are considerations to know. It is wise to note that this does not include woody plants like trees and shrubs.

 There are two types of plants; Perennials are the evergreens and semi-evergreens, and the herbaceous perennials whose stems die down and the roots service winter then come to life when thawed. Perennials are great because they last forever and once, they are planted, all you have to do is maintain them consistently. 


 The cultivation of perennials is pretty straightforward. Planting them takes little effort as they only require to be planted in the warmer weather but not close to winter to not die out in their youth. If the winter catches on, you can build a greenhouse for their protection. Stake the flowers as soon as long enough to keep them up straight and stop them from flopping. 

 Propagating perennials is done by either raising them from seeds or cuttings. There are thousands of species of plants to choose from, so you can select the ones that suit your propagation method depending on your taste and preference.

 If you are thinking about pruning, there are only two times you are recommended to do so, even though it is not a requirement. The first is cutting back, which happens after the harsh seasons when you remove the dead stems, and the Chelsea chop removes the flopped stems.

 Due to the vast number of species available, perennials can grow in several soils like chalky, clay, and sandy soils. 

 Problems you might encounter

 Perennials might be some of the best plants, but they also have weak spots, and one of them is cold weather. You need to take care of them during the harsh winters if possible. If the plants are also under a tree, they might not flourish on the open field. Perennials are also prone to rabbits, so you need to take measures to ensure spring does not leave your foliage exposed to the feeding frenzy.


 Perennials are pretty good on their own, but if you notice that they are dying, drying out, or their leaves are browning, they might be suffering from phytophthora, a condition that causes root rot. Root out the affected plants or find the necessary remedy before they infect the rest. When the plants are also young, they are prone to many pests and slugs, so you might want to take care of that by using the proper remedies like a bit of lime to keep them at bay. Like turning yellow or purple shades, indi, the changing color of leaves cats the perennials might be nutrient deficient.