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10 Perennials That Flower Year After Year

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1) Tall Garden Phlox

From mid-summer through the end of the season they produce huge, fragrant clusters of pinks, reds, purples, and whites blooms.

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2) Hellebore

Hellebores are sometimes referred to as "Lenten Roses" because of the time of year they bloom, which coincides with Christian fasting.

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3) Cranesbill

For low-maintenance gardens, cranesbill species like 'Rozanne' are a great choice. They require only watering to grow.

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4) Butterfly Milkweed

Monarchs and other butterflies depend on Butterfly Milkweed as a host plant, and native bees rely on its blossoms as a food source.

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5) Oxeye Daisy

The golden yellow, daisy-like blooms that pollinating bees, butterflies, and songbirds enjoy from July through fall develop a vast canopy as it expands over the years.

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6) Bleeding Heart

Early in the season, together with the late-blooming tulips and crabapple trees, it produces large, puffy, heart-shaped flowers on arching stalks.

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7) Intersectional Peony

As a favorite spring perennial, peonies have earned a place in gardens around the world due to their enticing fragrance and beautiful petals.

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8) Lavender

Few perennials have a scent as unique as lavender. Lavender demands well-drained soil and thrives in sunny, hot, and dry environments.

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9) Japanese Anemone

While some Japanese anemones spread via seed or short runners, others prefer to remain in a cluster.

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10) Brunnera

Anise hyssop is a great plant for attracting pollinators to your yard if you have a sunny, well-drained space. This perennial attracts butterflies, hummingbirds, and bees.

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