Perennial Flowers have grasped the interest of people since long. Perennial Flowers have certain features apart from other flowers that make them more attractive.
First one is the Peruvian Lily. This flower is available in the shades of purple, with dark flecks. This plant is able to produce flowering shoots, so the soil isn’t too hot. The blooms come in shades of yellow and orange.
Aster x Frikartii
Next is Aster x Frikartii, which is an extremely delicate flower. It mostly blossoms in the color of blue and lavender. It can grow up to 2 ½ inches tall. Its center keeps shedding particles.
Third one is Catmint, which is another lavender and silvery green flower. It is able to grow up to 1 foot tall, with informal hedges and stylish garden rows. After blossoming, the flower shears and new stems encourage future flowers to grow.
Echinacea – A Cone Flower
The Cone flower also known as Echinacea. It’s a strong plant with a vibrant color appearance. It has a pinkish surface and grows up to 2 feet tall and the flower is 4 inches across.
After this is the Mango Punch! A Perennial flower that covers itself in low mango flowers, with a fresh fruity hue.
Euphorbia characias wulfenii
On sixth, we have Euphorbia characias wulfenii. It has upright stems, which are crowded and narrow. It has a dome shaped bush around 4 feet high. It has clusters appearing in mid-winter as well.
blue hybrid flowers
Then we have the forget-me-not. These are exquisite baby blue hybrid flowers. They grow up to be 4’8 inches tall.
Gaillardia x grandiflora
On eighth we have Gaillardia x grandiflora. A flower with has cheerful blossoming petals, and goblim stems.
On the ninth we have Gaura. It looks like scattered butterfly wings, touched beautifully.
And, on last we have Geum Chiloense, which is a beautiful flower, with cheery red blossoms and tall stems, sure to astound anyone taking in its sweet fragnance.