White Perennials only - Knowledgebase Question

Wake Forest, NC (Zone 7B)
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Question by foxworth101
May 22, 2007
I want a garden of white perennials only. What flowers give long blooming time for my new garden?
Thank you,

Answer from NGA
May 22, 2007
Most perennials bloom for only a short time, so you may also want to consider white flowered annuals such as cosmos, snapdragons, and begonias. Among perennials, you could consider Clematis, roses, Iris, daisies and mums, Dianthus, Platycoden, Heuchera, candytuft, Phlox paniculata "David", and Japanese anemones. You might also look for white flowered forms of Baptisia, cranesbill, Hemerocallis, and Coreopsis. I hope this gives you some ideas.

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