Perennials bloom year after year and there is no need to replant them each year. With planning and garden preparation you can create a blooming perennial landscape for years to come. In the spring, you'll see the perennials green growth coming back. Each perennial has its own bloom time and many perennials bloom all summer long. You will have a constant succession of perennial blooms to enjoy from early spring through late autumn. We give you bloom times to help you plan your garden. We've picked the perennials that are easy to grow and fill your garden with an abundance of blooms fast. Most of our perennials will bloom the very first year. Perennials can be mixed with your Delphinium and Annual plant packs in your tray. Click on any plant below to learn more about them.
Because the idea behind growing perennials is to have a garden that comes back every year, it is important to prepare your soil well the first time. It is worth the initial effort to give your plants a good start. Your perennial plant should be grown in a rich organic matter for the best drainage and nutrients. Always dig an accommodating hole for them. Cover the perennials rootball and press it firmly in. Keep the perennials watered until they are established but don't overdo it