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Fill your yard or flower beds with our favorite new perennials for the year! These colorful blooms survive in a variety of climates and shade, full sun or partial sun. Just pick the perennials that work for your yard! These flowers come in a variety of colors, from blue to red and purple to orange.

Top New Perennials for 2016

Eryngium 'Neptune's Gold' Creates a sharp and colorful statement along sidewalks or driveways. Full sun tall x wide Zones Grow it with: California poppies and ornamental sages Grows best in dry conditions.

Red and White Parrot Tulip by Nessa

Fresh Flowers - Tulips The beautiful parrot tulip. The colourful striping is apparently caused by a virus and you should plant it apart from other bulbs.

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10 Best Hardy Perennials

Lungwort (Pulmonaria 'Silver Shimmers'). Shade plant; blue flowers during spring.

'Silver Shimmers' lungwort (or pulmonaria) likes moist, rich, well-drained soil in shade, and grows 1 to 2 feet tall and wide. Give it a site with good air circulation to prevent mildew. It bears blue flowers in spring.

10 Shade Tolerant Perennials

10 Shade Tolerant Perennials

Awhile back, I did a post on shade tolerant flowers. Then, I thought to myself, what is better than shade tolerant flowers? Shade tolerant perennials, that’s what. You only have to plant t…

Kochia Scoparia - annual grass

Kochia Scoparia - annual grass Cultivation: The preference is full sun, dry conditions, and a barren soil that is sandy or gravelly. Soil with a high pH is readily tolerated.

Buddleia ~ LOVES SUN, GORGEOUS, ATTRACTS BUTTERFLIES, FRAGRANT, BLOOMS ALL SUMMER LONG, DIES BACK TO GROUND EACH FALL RETURNING FOLLOWING SPRING W/BIGGER, BETTER FLOWERS, GOOD IN CONTAINERS OR BORDERS, COMES IN VARIOUS FLOWER COLORS:  BLUE, YELLOW, RED, PURPLE, PINK, LAVENDER, ZONES 5 - 10 ~

Power Perennials: Plants That Thrive No Matter What

Buddleia, commonly called butterfly bush, produces wave after wave of fragrant, nectar-rich flowers all summer long. Comes in dwarf forms to 24 inches tall).

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Creeping Jenny comes back every year and keeps out the weeds. Creeping Jenny comes back every year and keeps out the weeds. I love it in my flowerbeds, spreads. Great contrast color to plants and flowers.

Add some of these new perennials to your garden this spring. Keep your garden updated with the latest and greatest flowers. These perennials will make a great addition to any garden and give it an added pop of color.

Top New Perennials for 2016

a multitude of bicolor flowers on sturdy, mildew-resistant plants that also attract bees and butterflies. Plant Name: Coreopsis 'Lightning Bug' Growing Conditions: full sun Size: 12 inches tall and 15 inches wide Zone:

If you're looking to make over your shade garden this year, plant patches of 'Eversheen' sedge for bold strokes of high-gloss personality. This new variety of these hardworking grasslike plants features dramatic jade and chartreuse stripes. Tolerant of moist and dry soils, 'Eversheen' forms an evergreen groundcover where hardy, filling voids between bolder textures or spilling onto the path. In colder climates, it's sure to jazz up just about any container planting. Plant Name: Carex…

Top New Perennials for 2016

If you're looking to make over your shade garden this year, plant patches of 'Eversheen' sedge for bold strokes of high-gloss personality. This new variety of these hardworking grasslike plants features dramatic jade and chartreuse stripes.

Bluestar, as you might guess, is a perfect pick for blue flowers. A great plant you've probably never heard of, bluestar deserves a lot more attention in the garden: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/design/color/blue-flower-garden-ideas/?socsrc=bhgpin052814bluestar&page=7

Best Blue Flowers for Your Garden

Amsonia A tough, but sadly underused perennial, amsonia produces clusters of sky-blue flowers in late spring. Its not just a one-season wonder, though. In autumn, its foliage turns brilliant shades of gold — enough to rival many of the trees when they put

Turn to this roundup for a low-maintenance garden filled with flowers that grow best in the shade. These perennials are easy to care for, because they come back year after year, plus they can work in places in your yard that don’t receive a lot of sunlight.

Our Favorite Shade Garden Perennials

lungwort (Pulmonaria) variegated foliage looks great all season long, but is an especially nice accent to the clusters of pink, white, or blue flowers in spring. Lungwort grows best in Zones and reaches 1 foot tall.

Pennisetum 'Ginger Love'.

Plan for a garden makeover this season with bold plantings of this hot new ornamental grass called 'Ginger Love'.

Coneflower is an old favorite and can be completely neglected, they will grow anywhere in full sun.  Even in poor soil. They also spread nicely.

Coneflower/Echinacea is an old favorite and can be completely neglected, they will grow anywhere in full sun. Even in poor soil. They also spread nicely. Looks nicely when paired with Russian sage - blue and pink

cotton candy plant 3-9

Blooms late summer, tolerates heat, humidity, drought and wet conditions with ease – it provides gorgeous foliage throughout the year, is adaptable to practically every climate and can even grow in poor soil.