The Q&A Archives: Perennial flowers

Question: I moved into my home three years ago and I have a little L shape for me to plant flowers, I have been planting Bedonias for the last two years and they are costing me a lot what kind of perennials could I get that are pretty and last long, I use the moisture control soil also

Answer: Here are some favorite perennials:

Sun perennials: Black-eyed Susan, coneflower, coreopsis, daylily, delphinium, gaura, hardy geranium, iris, penstemon, peony, phlox, pincushion flower, poppy, Russian sage, salvia, sedum, and Shasta daisy.

Shade perennials: Astilbe, bergenia, bleeding heart, brunnera, ferns, foamflower, goatsbeard, hellebore, heuchera, hosta, Solomon?s seal, spiderwort, and violet.

Best wishes with your garden!

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