Daylilies (genus Hemerocallis) are attractive home garden perennials. Daylilies may grow in poor soil, but avoid growing them near trees and plants.
Speedwell (Veronica spicata) can withstand a variety of soil and irrigation conditions. Plant your speedwells in well-drained soil in your garden.
The ornamental onion (allium) grows into a cute and distinctive globe shape and is available in a range of colors, including gold, pink, lavender, burgundy, and white.
Gardenia says the shasta daisy (Leucanthemum) is an easy-to-grow perennial. This perennial is prized for its golden flowers with white petals.
Coneflower (Echinacea) brings vibrant color and enthusiastic enthusiasm to most gardens. Coneflowers need light, well-drained, nutrient-rich soil.
Keep in mind that peonies demand a 2.5-centimeter-deep hole when planting them in your garden. This perennial may not bloom if it is planted too deep in the ground.
Chrysanthemum (genus Chrysanthemum) is a daisy. This perennial plant likes warm, sunny circumstances but must be brought within in winter.
It's interesting to note that this perennial plant can tell the time of day because it closes its petals at night and opens them again in the morning.
Typically found at the back of a garden, the foxglove can grow up to 5 feet in height. It's simple to grow this plant as long as you give it rich, organic soil that's moist yet drains properly.