Perennial Flowers to Enjoy Anywhere

Orange daylilies

Enjoy the beauty of summer by planting seasonal, warm-weather flowers. If you’re new to gardening, you may be wondering where to begin. Fool-proof your summer garden with these perennials that will grow in just about any climate.

Bee balm

Hummingbirds, bees, and butterflies flock to this low-maintenance wildflower. With full sun and moist soil, bee balms can grow in abundance.


This perennial is a landscaper’s favorite since they grow in a variety of places. Native to Asia, daylilies have flourished in North America since the 17th century.


Geraniums are known for their wide range of color options and delicate appearance. The long-blooming varieties can flower from late spring to late fall.


Also known as beardtongue, penstemons are a great addition to any garden. They are generally disease- and insect-free, and they’re sure to attract birds and butterflies.


This sun-loving succulent flourishes in drought-riddled regions. Sedums also work well to fend off deer and insects.

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