Growing plants, whether indoor or outdoor, is a satisfying hobby that leaves a positive environmental impact. Houseplants and yard plants alike can add vibrant color to any space. For those of us born without a naturally green thumb, this is a little bit easier said than done. Keeping track of planting seasons and cultivating plants can be difficult concepts for many people to grasp. Thankfully, there are plants called perennials. They live for decades, coming back year after year without having to replant. Another bonus to many types of perennial plants is that they are very hearty. Where other types of wildflowers
can be more delicate and high maintenance, many perennial plant require the bare minimum in terms of care and upkeep. Finding the right perennial to add to to get your garden started (or to add to your existing garden) requires you to have a fairly good grasp of two things.Space
Knowing how much growing space you have available is crucial. If you have a large yard with a large amount of space you are trying to garden in, you are going to choose different plants than someone growing out of patio pots or window boxes. The amount of growing space also changes based on whether or not there are other plants in or around the empty gardening area.Location
Your regional climate will help you determine what kind of perennial plants
will have the greatest success in your garden. Factors like humidity, shade, and regional season variables all play a role in how well you are able to grow certain plants.
Once you have a realistic sense of what kind of perennial plants
will work best with your location and your amount of gardening space, all that is left is to get them, plant them, and watch them bloom for years to come.