Perennial Gardens

Perennial gardens can produce lovely results year after year. Learn how to plan for, plant and care for perennial gardens.


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Perennial Herbs

Herbs are useful for cooking, crafting, and decorating -- boldly coming out of the garden and into your home. Learn more about planting and growing perennial herbs such as lavender and rosemary.

Yellow to Orange Perennial Flowers

One way to liven up a garden is by including colors that stand out. Learn how yellow to orange perennial flowers can brighten your yard, and which ones are right for your garden.

White to Green Perennial Flowers

While many flowers feature bright, vibrant colors, some gardeners prefer a subtler approach. Read about white to green perennial flowers, which have an airy appearance and blend in naturally with the green of most plants.

Pink to Fuchsia Perennial Flowers

Flowers ranging from pink to fuchsia are valued for their softness and delicacy. Discover the varieties of pink to fuchsia perennial flowers, and learn how to select flowers that will bloom year after year.

Red Perennial Flowers

Few colors can affect a garden as much as garden as red. A bright red strongly complements natural greenery. Read about red perennial flowers, and see if these bold blossoms are appropriate for your yard.

Perennial Flowers

Perennial flowers bloom year after year, without the need to replant. Learn the best perennials to plant in your garden. Read about the different types of perennial flowers, and which ones are best for you.

Perennial Plants

Perennial plants last for several growing seasons, and are a key element of any landscaping project. Learn about the different kinds of perennial plants, including flowers, herbs, grasses and foliage.

Perennials for Moist Soil

No need to worry if your garden soil is wetter than average. There are a number of great-looking perennials that do best in moist soil. Learn which perennial flowers to plant in your yard.

Perennials Under 12 Inches

Choose shorter perennial flowers for the front of your garden to create depth in your garden design. In this article, we'll teach you which perennials stand under 12 inches tall for the perfect garden plan.

Perennials 12-24 Inches

When planning a garden, the height of your flowers is an important consideration. Learn to use perennials 12-24 inches high, and find the knee-high plants that will best fit your vision for a home garden.

Perennials Over 24 Inches

Perennial flowers are an essential part of any home garden, and gardeners can use height to create a dramatic effect. Learn about the perennial flowers that grow to a height over 24 inches.

Multicolor Perennial Flowers

Most gardens have a variety of colors, but you may not want to plant different types to get that effect. Learn about multicolor perennial flowers and the wide range of color they lend a garden.

Blue to Purple Perennial Flowers

Some gardens offer a quiet escape from the stimulation of modern life. These latter gardens use blue and purple to create a peaceful atmosphere. Learn how blue to purple perennial flowers cool down your garden.

Perennials for Average Soil

If you love gardening, you'll enjoy planting perennials for average soil. Many perennial flowers grow in average soil. In this article, we'll give you the list of average soil perennials, broken down by color.

Dry Soil Perennials

With dry soil, you may have trouble planting perennial flowers. In this article, we've gathered together a list of the best dry soil perennials for you to plant in your garden.

Perennials for Full Shade

Contrary to popular belief, not all plants need a lot of light to survive. Perennials for full shade grow well without any direct sunlight. Learn about the best perennials for full shade in this article.

Perennials for Part Shade

Many gardeners have shady spots in their yards. The areas that get a mix of light and shade are perfect for planting partial shade perennials. In this article, we'll describe great perennials for part shade.

Full Sun Perennials

Full sun perennials are flowers that need direct sun for at least six to eight hours a day. On this page, we list the full sun perennials by color and type to suit your garden.


Perennials are distinct from annuals in that they return year after year, eliminating the need to buy and plant flowers every spring. Perennials generally bloom only one or two seasons per year. Learn about perennials.

Perennial Bulbs

Any plant with an underground storage organ is referred to as a bulb. There are many categories, with different names for different structures. There are true bulbs, corms, and tubers. Learn about perennial bulbs.