Once found growing wild on the American prairie, coneflowers are now one of the most widely grown and hybridized perennials in the country: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/flowers/perennials/power-perennials/?socsrc=bhgpin041914coneflower&page=9

Power Perennials: Plants That Thrive No Matter What

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Sensational Speedwell        An unsung hero of the perennial garden, speedwell comes in a variety of shades of blue, pink, or white. All produce upright flower spikes on mounded plants. After the first set of blooms begins to fade, shear the plant to encourage branching and rebloom. This combination of spike speedwell, Knock Out rose, and Six Hills Giant catmint creates a spectacular season-long show.

Vibrant Perennial Flowers That Bloom All Summer

After the first set of blooms begins to fade, shear the plant to encourage branching and rebloom. This combination of spike speedwell, Knock Out rose, and Six Hills Giant catmint creates a spectacular season-long show.

Flax - one hearty plant that come up year after year - and the deer won't eat it!

If the deer won't eat it, then I need it for sure. Blue Flax - one hearty plant that come up year after year - and the deer won't eat it!

Evergreen Candytuft (Iberis sempervirens) has small clusters of delicate white flowers that appear in low-growing clumps in spring, and continue into the fall. The shiny, dark-green leaves stay on all winter, so the plant remains attractive year-round. Full sun to part shade. A perennial in zones 5-9. | thisoldhouse.com

Best Garden Flowers for Color All Summer

PERENNIAL (maybe?) - Evergreen candytuft (iberis sempervirens) Perennial Zone Sun - Full sun to partial shade Height - Spread - Uses - Beds & borders

Top plants for your fall garden | Perennials: Flowers | Sunset.com

Top Plants for Your Fall Garden

Perennials: Flowers - Fall Gardening Guide - Sunset - The common yarrow hybrid

Virginia bluebells (Mertensia virginica) blooms in late spring in Zones 3 to 10. Best grow under shade of deciduous trees. Combine with Spring beauties (Claytonia virginica), Dutchman's breeches (Dicentra cuccularia), Wild ginger (Asarum canadense), Jack-in-the-pulpit (Arisaema triphyllum), Lady fern (Athyrium filix-femina).

Mertensia virginica

virginia bluebells, full-part shade, blooms april-may. Deer resistant self-seeding perennial for woodland garden, plant with bleeding hearts, lily of the valley and spring bulbs to be underplanting for hostas and ferns.

List of Perennial Flowers | List Of Perennial Flowers http://electricidadverde.cl/nmportal/list-of ...

List of Perennial Flowers | List Of Perennial Flowers http://electricidadverde.cl/nmportal/list-of ...

These easy care perennials are the best plants to place in the shady spot in your yard. Make a flower bed full of these colorful flowers that will thrive with low sunlight. Our favorites include geraniums and the classic, bleeding heart. Check out our gallery of shade perennials for your own garden!

Our Favorite Shade Garden Perennials

Best Perennials for Shade Toad Lily Put on a fall show with shade plant toad lily (Tricyrtis). This easy-to-grow perennial offers unique flowers that are often compared to orchids. Many are spotted with shades of purple or blue.

Hometalk :: Great Perennials for Shade (All of Them Deer Resistant)

Great Perennials for Shade (All of Them Deer Resistant)

Great Perennials for Shade -- Japanese Ghost Fern, Athyrium 'Ghost': Part to full shade. Normal, sandy or clay soils are fine.

Top 5 Fall Shade Perennials

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Making the Most of Shade: How to Plan, Plant, and Grow a Fabulous Garden that Lightens up the Shadows

Choosing Plants for Your Shade Garden

Making the Most of Shade: How to Plan, Plant, and Grow a Fabulous Garden that Lightens up the Shadows: Larry Hodgson.

The Best New Perennials for 2015. We've scoured the latest plants and have come up with brand-new perennials sure to make an impact in your landscape this year.

New Perennials for 2015

New Perennials for 2015 There's a new crop of perennial flowers ready for you to try in your garden. Here's a look at some of our favorite newcomers. Watch for them in garden centers this spring. By Doug Jimerson and Karen Weir-Jimerson

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