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  • Giant Peony Mix
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  • Blue & White Dutch Iris Blend
  • Blue and White Hardy Geranium Mix
  • Mixed Oriental Poppies
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  • Wedding Party Mixed Helleborus
  • Kansas Peony
  • Mixed Foxglove
  • May Night Salvia
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  • Shasta Daisy
  • Blue Emerald Creeping Phlox
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  • Purrsian Blue Catmint
  • Strawberry Candy Daylily
  • Rainbow Reblooming Iris Mix
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Why should you plant perennials?

Perennials come back every year, so you can plant them once and enjoy them for years to come. Some perennial flowers bloom for months. Other perennials attract pollinators, bees and butterflies. Others, like hosta and ornamental grasses, are grown for their foliage.

When choosing perennials for your garden, ask yourself what you want them to do. Do you want blooms all summer long? Want a ground cover? Want pops of brilliant color? Select perennial flowers that are suited for your grow zones. Also pay attention to their light requirements, height and spread, and bloom times.


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