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Black Eyed Susan (Rudbeckia) ~ This popular, long-blooming perennial should be at the top of your list to plant.

Coneflowers (Echinacea) ~ daisy flowers, a native American plant, blooms throughout summer.

Blanket Flower (Gallardia) ~ Is a pretty perennial with showy red and yellow blooms.

Pincushion Flower (Scabiosa) ~ Butterflies love its lavender-blue blooms.

Perennial Hibiscus ~
These beautiful bloomers look like their cousins from the tropics but survive winter in cold climates.

Clematis ~
Beautiful Flowering Vine with large Exotic Looking Flowers.

Dianthus (Pinks) ~
Small yet plentiful, brightly colored flowers.

Coreopsis (Tickseed) ~ These cheery flowers bloom almost Non-Stop.

Daylily ~ They're super easy to grow, long blooming perennials produce glorious trumpet shaped blooms.

Catmint (Nepeta) ~ Easy to grow perennial produces masses of lavender- blue flowers.

Salvia ~ Long Blooming and Low Maintenance.

Yarrow (Achillea) ~ Even beginner gardeners will find Yarrow easy to grow. Yarrow withstands heat, cold, and drought, and doesn't mind poor soil. A must for pollinators.

Lavender ~ Fragrant, long lasting and attracts pollinators.

Many of these Summer Perennials will repeat bloom with some pruning, deadheading and feeding.



 



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