Beautiful New Perennials to Brighten Up Your Landscaping

Beautiful New Perennials to Brighten Up Your Landscaping

Perennial flowers are a great choice because they can be replanted year after year if you take care of them. We have some ideas for perennials that work in many situations and are great for landscaping.

We are so impressed by the beauty of perennials in landscaping that we asked Hoffie Nursery for an update. They shared their top picks and suggested some new flowers that can be used to add bright colors to your yard. Hoffie Nursery has some new favorites perennials.

Coreopsis ‘Big Bang’ Mercury Rising Tickseed

This plant is reliable and hardy. It flowers in deep red from spring through fall. The rich red flowers contrast beautifully with the golden yellow centre. Coreopsis is easy-to-grow and a favourite of butterflies. It will produce fresh-cut flower bouquets all summer.

Echinacea Sombrero ‘Hot Coral’ Coneflower

Coneflowers are now available in a new variety. These plants are compact and sturdy with high bud counts. Coneflowers are great for container gardens and sunny borders. Coneflowers bloom in mid-summer, and can continue to flower for several months even if they are deadheaded.

Heuchera ‘Circus’ Coral Bells

Coral bells can be grown easily and blend well with other perennials. These plants are used to edging pathways and in container gardens. The taller flowers can be cut to make fresh bouquets. This coral bell is a great combination of colors for a perennial that can thrive in partial shade.

Rudbeckia triloba ‘Prairie Glow’ Three-Lobed Cornflower

The dark brown cone of the three-lobed conifer flower is surrounded by brilliantly colored petals in bright colors such as gold, reddish orange, gold, and burgundy. The attractive, bushy leaves are a summer show-stopper. This is a great spot to attract butterflies to sunny areas.

Lilium ‘Buzzer Asiatic Lily’

This Asiatic lily is a stunning focal point for a garden. It produces beautiful upright rose-red flowers. The Lilium ‘Buzzer’ variety can thrive in full sun to part shade and is great for border planting and container gardening.

 

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