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Flowering shrubs - A special variety for the garden

Flowering shrubs are a popular category of plants in gardens and landscapes. These perennial plants produce flowers every year, making them a great addition to any flower bed or garden.

Popular types of flowering perennials for the garden

There are many types of flowering perennials that have a variety of colours, shapes and sizes. Some have showy, large flowers while others have tiny, delicate flowers. There are also flowering perennials that are fragrant or have a special texture. Some popular species are for example:

Peonies: These plants are known for their large, showy flowers in a variety of colours, including white, pink and red. They are a particularly popular choice in spring and early summer.

Delphinium: Delphiniums have long, slender inflorescences in a variety of colours, including blue, purple, pink and white. These plants can grow up to six feet tall and are a great addition to a background border.

Echinacea: Echinacea is known for its showy, ray-shaped flowers in a variety of colours, including yellow, orange and red. These plants are also known for their ability to attract butterflies and bees.

Asters: Asters produce an abundance of colourful flowers in different colours in autumn, including purple, pink and white. They are a great choice for a late-season flower garden.

Daylilies: These plants have showy, bright flowers in a variety of colours, including orange, yellow and red. They bloom throughout the summer and are a great addition to any flower bed.

Flowering perennials for every sunlight and soil profile.

If you want to grow flowering perennials in your garden, make sure you know the specific requirements of each plant. Flowering perennials can grow in full sun or partial shade. However, some plants prefer more or less sunlight, so it is important to consider the specific requirements of each plant if you want to grow them in your garden. One of the advantages of flowering perennials is that they require little maintenance. Once established, many species do not require watering or fertilising and are very resistant to pests and diseases.