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Perennials vs Annuals...

Achillea

Aster

Astilbe

Bellflower

Black Eyed Susan

Candytuft

Carnations

Chrysanthemum

Clematis

Columbines

Coneflower

Coreopsis

Cupid's Dart

Dahlia

Daisy

Daylilies

Delphinium

Dianthus

Dusty Miller

Foxglove

Geraniums

Hollyhocks

Flower Gardens: Perennials

Perennials that flower in late summer to fall:

 

Asters (Aster spp.) False sunflower or Oxeye (Heliopsis helianthoides) Goldenrods (Solidago spp.) Joe-Pye weeds (Eupatorim spp.)Orange coneflower (Rudbeckia nitida) Perennial phlox (Phlox spp.) Sneezewweed (Helenium autumnale) Butterfly weed (Asclepias tuberosa) Catmint (Nepeta faassenii) Gayfeathers (Liatris spp.) Mints (Mentha spp.)Tickseeds (Coreopis spp.)Yarrows (Achillea spp.)

Flower Gardens: Annuals

Ageratum

Alyssum

Amaranth

Baby's Breath

Bachelor's

ButtonBalsam

Begonia

Calendula

Cardinal Climber

CathedralBells

Celosia

Cockscomb

Coleus

Cosmos

Forget-Me-Not

Four O'Clock

Impatiens

Larkspur

Lobelia

Marigold

Morning Glory

Nasturtium

Pansy

Periwinkle

Flower Gardens: Bulb Flowers

Amaryllis

Caladium

Cannas

Crocosmia

Crocus

Daffodils

Elephant Ears

Gladiolus

Hyacinth

Paperwhite

Tiger Lily

Tulip

Flower Gardens: More Great Flowers

African Violet

Azalea

Bamboo

Carnivorous Plants

Christmas Cactus

Easter Lily

Ferns

Forsythia

Holly

Hydrangea

Lilacs

Mistletoe

Ornamental Grass

Poinsettia

Rhododendron

Roses