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Top Color Producing Perennials

Let Spring Bring Color to Life With Top Perennials For Color

Spring is the best time to cultivate color with perennial plants in the garden. When temperatures get warmer, and the rains start falling, the world of foliage blooms. Sweet smells saturate the air around us while new families of wildlife share in the spoils of Spring. It is truly an awe-inspiring time to observe the natural evolution of life in all things.

The knowledge required to foster an exemplary display of color in a garden is not difficult to absorb. With only a meager amount of research, a cumulative collection of color makers will lead down the path to success.

Take a look at a few suggestions that will get the ball rolling in the right direction. Here is a quick summary of some of the best and most colorful perennials available for purchase online.

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Hens-and-Chicks (Sempervivum tectorum)

This plant is highly resilient and beautiful. Hens-and-Chicks have round clusters of thick ornamental leaves. Its exotic look blooms into deep shades of red on the tips of its leaves, with brilliant displays of vibrant green in the center.

This perennial is perfect for any first-time gardener. It’s one of the most demanding plants around. It can survive several days without being watered and thrive in all those hard-to-grow areas of the yard. Just put it in the ground, and let it grow.

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Pasque Flower (Pulsatilla vulgaris)

These flowers show off their unique blossoms early in the Spring. Their vibrant purple petals and bright yellow center take first prize for color contrast in the garden. Even once their petals fall at the end of the season, their leftover seed heads continue to provide a spot of color among their barren cohorts.

This plant is somewhat drought tolerant and can stand up to the abuse of the neighborhood bunny rabbits. Pasque Flower’s vivid sunburst stamen is an excellent attraction for bees as well. Remember, bees are not a bad thing in nature.

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Bath’s Pinks (Dianthus gratianopolitanus)

These flowers have been planted in home gardens for hundreds of years. As the name suggests, they provide a dazzling display of the color, but they’re not necessarily pink. Tiny blueish-green frosted flowers with petals that look torn at the ends blanket the plant like a bed of clovers.

Dianthus are very low-maintenance soil dwellers. They tolerate the heat of summer with ease, and they have an extended blooming period. You may detect a subtle scent of cloves in the presence of this robust perennial. They also attract butterflies, so be on the lookout!

Columbine Flower (Aquilegia)

Given that this plant can bloom in many different spectrum colors, it’s a proper fit for this recommendation. Columbine flowers are not very picky about where they are grown, but they’re not very keen on extreme heat. Make sure they’re planted in a place of reprieve from the hot summer sun.

Their bell-shaped flowers are great for attracting hummingbirds. Flower arrangements are also a perfect home for Columbine once it is properly cut.

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