Purchasing perennials doesn’t just bring comforting regularity to gardeners’ routines; investing in re-blooming plants saves time and money in the long run. It’s simple to get value out of perennials; they also multiply, allowing gardeners to divide their crop and spread flowers to other parts of the yard without spending another dime. Since they bloom for two to three weeks at a time, incorporating perennials with different life cycles into your garden is a great way to ensure that there are plants flowering continuously. Find the right perennials for you by taking a look at these perfect perennials for Midwest gardens.
Here are a few of our favorite perennial flowers that are great for growing in the midwest:
Coneflowers, Virginia Bluebells, Hydrangeas, Iris, Lavender, Lily’s
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