Finding the correct flowers to add color to your landscaping all year long is the challenge that confronts all flower enthusiasts. The daunting task is to find flowers that bloom after the initial spring burst of color is over. There are perennials that will adorn your garden with colorful flowers all season long.
The Coreopsis lanceolata (lanceleaf tickseed) flower comes in many different varieties. Most of them have little flowers that bloom throughout the summer.
These flowers prefer direct sunlight but will tolerate some shade. Coral bells will bloom from May through July.
This tall, flowering plant will reach heights of 2 to 6 feet and will bloom from June until early fall.
Pale Purple Coneflower
The pale purple coneflower plant will grow to heights of up to 3 feet and flowers in mid-May through August.
This drought-resistant plant will bloom all summer long and thrives in direct sunlight.
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