The 20 Best Perennial Flowers and Plants for Any Yard

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The 20 Best Perennial Flowers and Plants for Any Yard
Make your yard look beautiful, every day of the year.

1.Aster
While most perennials will bloom during the summer months, these will add beauty to your yard throughout the fall. You can find them in a variety of hues to add just the right pop of color to your garden.
Zones 3-8; full sun; blooms mid-summer to fall

2.Purple Coneflowers (Echinacea purpurea)
Native to North America, these classic flowers will produce beautiful blooms starting in early June and lasting until the first frost in your area. You’ll love the variety of other colors they come in, in addition to their durability and longevity.
Zones 3-8; full sun/partial shade; blooms summer

3.Daylily (Hemerocallis)
Nicknamed the “sure bet” and “perfect perennial,” these colorful flowers are perfect for beginners because they can survive through almost anything, and require little maintenance. While the buds will only bloom for one day, each stems typically grows several blooms that will flourish at different times.
Zones 2-9; full sun/partial shade; blooms early- to mid-summer

4.Delphinium
Grow these blue and purple blooms in your yard and you’ll see them soar to new heights every year. Once they’ve bloomed, cut them and bring inside to display in a vase, and you’ll see new petals in no time.
Zones 3-9; full sun; blooms early- to mid-summer

5.Hydrangea
These colorful perennial shrubs will grow back fuller and larger each year, so be sure to plant them in an area with plenty of space to flourish and grow.
Zones 5-9; partial shade/full shade; blooms mid-summer to fall

6.Peony
These stunning flowers are incredibly fragrant, full, and fluffy. They can last for decades in the right conditions. While pink tends to be the most popular, white, lavender, and coral hues are just as gorgeous.
Zones 3-8; full sun; blooms spring to early summer

7.Phlox
If a statement is what you’ll after, opt for these summer flowers, which come in bold shades of pink, purple, red, and crisp white.
Zones 4-8; full sun; blooms early summer to fall

8.Sedum
These autumnal beauties are easy to grow, don’t require much maintenance, and are drought resistant ,making them a durable and long-lasting addition to your landscape.
Zones 3-9; full sun; blooms mid-summer to early fall

9.Shasta Daisy (Leucanthemum × superbum)
These cute flowers bloom in early spring, but if you cut them back in time, you can expect more blooms to crop up in early autumn.
Zones 3-8; full sun/partial shade; blooms summer

10.Yarrow (Achillea millefolium)
If you need to fill up a space fast, yarrow will help your garden or yard feel full rather quickly. And since they come in so many different colors—pink, red, yellow, white, purple, peach, and orange—you can choose the best shades to complement your home’s palette.
Zones 3-8; full sun; blooms summer

11.Lungwort (Pulmonaria officinalis)
Also known as White Wings, this plant’s silver-spotted leaves create a distinct foundation for bell-shaped white flowers that reach heights of up to a foot.
Zones 3-9; partial shade; blooms early- to mid-spring

12.Speedwell (Veronica umbrosa)
Just six or so inches tall, this diminutive variety also known as Georgia Blue boasts loose clusters of electric blue blooms that last until summer.
Zones 4-9; full sun; blooms early- to mid-spring

13.Bugleweed (Ajuga reptans ‘)
Known for its ground-hugging evergreen foliage, this deer-resistant beauty also sends up violet spikes.
Zones 4-9; full shade; blooms early- to mid-spring

14.Pinks (Dianthus gratianopolitanus_
The itty-bitty pink blossoms on this low-growing plant emit a delightful clove scent.
Zones 3-9; full sun; blooms late spring to early summer

15.Cranesbill (Geranium sanguineum
This 12- to 18-inch-tall geranium also known as Alpenglow produces magenta flowers and velvety foliage that turns crimson in fall.
Zones 4-8; partial shade; blooms late spring to early summer

16.Foam Flower (Tiarella)
Sweet-smelling, 10-inch-high pink cones top leaves with burgundy stripes that intensify come autumn.
Zones 4-9; full shade; blooms late spring to early summer

17.Tickseed (Coreopsis verticillata)
Also known as Crème Brûlée, the butter-yellow flowers of this feathery, relatively statuesque option (at two feet) can persist into October.
Zones 5-9; full sun, blooms mid- to late-summer

18.Bleeding Heart (Dicentr)
Deep pink blooms dangle dramatically from 10- to 15-inch-tall arched stems. Deadhead to encourage new growth.
Zones 4-9; partial shade; blooms mid- to late summer

19.Deadnettle (Lamium maculatum)
Zones 3-9; full shade; blooms mid- to late summer

20.Lady’s Mantle (Alchemilla mollis)
Zones 3-8; full sun or partial shade

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