There are a variety of perennials available in forms, and sizes. To find the best plant, keep in mind your climate, soil type, and sun exposure.
Daylilies have long-blooming, often scented flowers that blossom from late spring to late summer, and some varieties bloom again in the fall.
Rudbeckia grows rapidly in full sun. They spread by self-seeding and are resistant to insects, making them a good choice for beginner gardeners.
Columbine blooms in late spring and early summer with tall stalks of stunning flowers. It is a great plant to grow on the edge of beds.
It is possible to have a gorgeous garden without spending lots of money or having years of gardening experience. In no time, your entire garden will be vibrant with perennials blooming all summer long.