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List of Spring Flowers that are Perennials

Posted on: March 18, 2011

Perennials are the flowers, plant and shrubs having a longer lifespan. After a long winter, gardeners wish to grow some perennials that can beautify their garden with such flowers that are long-lasting. Some home gardeners do not know which perennials spring flowers should be planted in their gardens therefore I am going to share information about some perennial flower for guidance of such amateur gardeners:

Crested Iris

This perennial is short-lived as compared to other perennials. Its blooms are very beautiful and come in different colors including white, salmon, yellow and blue. Crested iris grows well in shady areas and can adjust to all moisture conditions. It grows even better when it is planted in flower beds.

Moss Phlox

Moss phlox is a perennial that blooms in the months of April and May. Its flowers are very attractive and come in the shades of red, pink, white and purple. This plant requires full sun and well-drained soil to grow well. It has the ability to grow in different soil conditions and it can even tolerate drought. Moss phlox can be grown in containers, beds or in rock gardens.

Candytuft

Candytuft is an evergreen flowering shrub that produces white flowers in late spring and early summer. It can grow to a height of six to twelve inches. Candytufts should be planted in full sun and are required to be sheared after flowering in order to keep them shaggy.

Snowdrop Anemone

It is also a perennial that produces white flowers in late spring or early summer. This plant has deep green low foliage and needs full sun for its proper growth. It can also tolerate light shade and grow better in well-drained soil. These flowers can be planted in borders, pots or near the waterways.

Forsythia

These are the shrubs that grow first in early spring producing beautiful yellow flowers. They can be grown either in full sun or light shade. These bushes grow very fast and fill in the area very quickly.

These were some perennials spring flowers that you can grow to add to the grace and exquisiteness of your garden.

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