Purple Blue

By · Wednesday, February 18th, 2009

Purple Blue

The wonderful characteristic of perennials is that only once the plant and flower year after year. Once you decide where you want your perennial flowerbed in the court take note of the garden climate. It's dry, sunny or shade, or prone to rain? Then be sure to choose plants that best suits your area. Then is a list of some unusual and beautiful flowers for your perennial garden

20) Bellflower (Campanula) – This beautiful light pink flower grows in clusters on strong stems. It blooms best in zones 3-10.

19) Crocosmia – A fire engine red spray of flowers that grows over 2 feet. This plant is for growing zones 5-9.

18) Coreopsis Moonbeam '- This plant is a good hook. With its gold flowers and green or black stems it stands out in any garden. This flower grows in zones 3-10.

17) Yarrow – This is a beautiful delicate pink flower that looks great in any garden. It grows in zones 3-10.

16) Lady's-blanket – If the yellow is your favorite color then this may be the flower for you. A definite favorite of all butterflies it grows to about 1 foot tall and does best in zones 3-7.

15) Sweet William – This plant comes in two-color or solids like red, pink or white. It is a perennial whose flowers are borne in clusters. It grows best in zones 4-10.

14) Echinacea – This flower resembles a daisy fallen. It has white petals with a god or brown center. Look for this flower to look its best in zones 3-9.

13) Tree Mallow (Lavatera) – This is actually a small shrub with five lobed flowers in red, pink or lavender. Zones 4-9 work best for this bloom.

12) Delphinium – This needle plants has cup shaped flowers of white, purple, blue and red. It loves full zone and grows best in zones 3-10.

11) Heartleaf Bergenia – A variety of bright white flowers blooms in early spring. Look for this plant to look its best in zones 3-8.

10) Golden Sedum – Star-shaped gold flowers that bloom from spring to summer. Plant these only in zones 4-9.

9) Summer Heliopsis 'Sun' — Sunshine yellow daisy like flowers throughout the summer, will help your perennial garden stand out. These flowers grow to 4 meters high and better in areas 5-9.

8) Bluebell – These flowers appear bluish purple upside down tea cups hanging from a narrow trunk about 12 inches high. This flower grows well in zones 3-10.

7 Millet) Lenten Rose''- Choose the color that best suits your rose garden either white or brown. These plants bloom in spring in zones 3-10.

6) Scarlet Monda – These large red flowers seem thin brushes. They bloom in early to late summer. They thrive in zones 4-8.

5) Blue Bugle – spikes flowers grow 3.6 inches in blue or white. Works best in zone 3-10.

4) Salvia nemorosa – spikes of purple flowers that bloom from late spring until 1 meters. 5.9 Areas will best suit this plant.

3) Perennial Phlox – This Bloom occurs in small clusters of pink flowers and red. Cultivar these plants in zones 3-9.

2) Lilac Cranesbill – A beautiful blue flower purple saucer-shaped. Flowers late spring in zones 5-9.

1) Moms Fantasia – A flower for the fall mid-winter. This variety of flowers of a pale red in zones 5-10.

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