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These perennial plants are hardy enough to survive just about anything! Check out our top picks, which include daylilies, Russian sage, coneflowers, and more! These beautiful flowers and plants will add color to your yard for years to come. #perennials #gardening #flowers
The best hardy perennial flowers for your garden landscaping. These plants are easy to grow, low-maintenance and beautiful! #gardening #gardendesign #gardens #gardenideas #daisy #peonies
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These hardy outdoor plants won't just boost your home's curb appeal, but they'll survive every condition, even a dry, sandy, or shady yard.
Temple Melder saved to Flower garden
Don’t let the cold weather of winter rob you of your perennials! Instead, choose hardy varieties of plants that will withstand the brutal chills. Try sedum, peony, coneflower, Siberian iris, and more for a beautiful garden when springtime comes along again. #perennials #gardening #flowers
Read the ultimate guide to top 10 extremely hardy perennials at Hayloft. The home of rare, unusual, exciting plants.
Vonda Mohn saved to Urn Ideas
Pro Pick: Dianthus | With summer in full swing, it’s hard not to admire the yards and gardens around town that are filled with greenery and colorful blooms. If you’ve always assumed that your yard was too dry, too shady, or that the soil was too sandy to support such beautiful plants—guess again. In fact, these common problems may just inspire you to get more creative with your plant picks. With expert advice and care...
Tamara Rene saved to Flower garden
If you crave the look of tropical plants but you live somewhere chilly, check out these cold-hardy options.
Debra Murphy saved to garden
Tropical-Looking Plants: 10 Hardy Perennials & Shrubs That Look Tropical - Gardening @ From House To Home
Want to create a lush, tropical looking garden but don't live in the tropics? Check out this list of hardy plants that look tropical (but aren't).
Don't make gardening more difficult than it needs to be! Plant these low-maintenance flowers and shrubs if you're new to gardening, have a brown thumb, or just want pretty plants without the work.
Sevilya Shhukina saved to Landscape Watercolour
Gardens are a lovely sight to behold, but they can be a lot of work. There are plenty of reasons why one might want a lower maintenance garden: we may
Leah Totten saved to Gardening