Another Sunshine Day: Sunny Perennials For Your Garden
Growing up from an early age you come to learn that plants grow with lots of water and sun. However, savvy gardeners will know that not all plants thrive exclusively with sunshine and water. Many also need areas of shade in order to grow. There are, however, a few exceptions to this rule, which will make using those fully exposed sunny parts of your landscaping area much easier. If you're looking for a plant or two that will thrive with little to no shade at all, you may want to search through the sun perennials for sale on our site. With dozens of different varieties available, you'll have plenty of different options to fill out your summer garden nicely. Here are a few of our favorites that you might want to try:
Blue Flag Iris: This beautiful flower's name says it all. With a deep blue color and the classic shape and scent of an iris, you'll find that these flowers bring a bright color and classic beauty to any garden.
Doll Eye: These quickly bush-like plants can grow rather large, providing a lovely green foliage backdrop to your yard or landscape's sunny spots. With the strange white and black round buds that have the appearance of plastic eyeballs (from which they take their name), you'll bring an exoticism to your yard that will have your neighbors green with envy.
Red Daylily: This bright and bold flower will attract attention from passersby and beautiful butterflies passing through alike. Growing at a modest medium height, they'll provide a level of volume to your garden without overwhelming or overbearing the other plants around it.
Trumpet Creeper: With the beautiful elongated flowers that give this plant its name, you'll bring a beautiful bright eye-catching color to your garden. In addition to catching your eye, these little beauties may also catch the eye of hummingbirds and butterflies, attracting them to your garden for those with a keen eye to catch as they fly by for a snack.
Daisies: These classic flowers thrive in the sunshine. With an ability to grow anywhere from 6 inches to 3 feet tall, you'll be able to find a great home for them among other pieces in your landscape. The classic white color will bring a brightness to the garden that will really pop among the more color saturated flowers you may choose.
These are just five of the varieties of sun perennials for sale on our site. Check out some of those listed above, or look through the rest of our vast stock for something that suits your needs.