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Foam Flower – 5 Plants

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$34.99

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Iris Cristata Plant

Perennials

$5.49

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Red Daylily

Perennials

$6.89

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Blue Cohosh

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$5.39

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Turk’s Cap Lily

Perennials

$6.89

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Celandine Poppy Plant

Perennials

$7.59

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Shooting Star

Perennials

$7.89

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Blazing star

Perennials

$7.89

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Stella De’Ora Daylily

Perennials

$6.59

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Partridge Pea

Perennials

$6.49

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Daffodil

Perennials

$5.49

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Blue Flag Iris

Perennials

$6.79

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Hepatica Plants

Medicinal Plants

$5.79

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Shasta Daisy

Perennials

$5.49

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Red Lobelia

Perennials

$6.79

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Baneberry Plant

Perennials

$7.19

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Least Bluet

Perennials

$5.29

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Jack In The Pulpit

Perennials

$9.99

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Hummingbird Vine

Perennials

$7.89

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Geranium Plant

Perennials

$6.49

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Red Cardinal Flower

Perennials

$6.79

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Brown Eyed Susan

Perennials

$5.79

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Bearded Iris

Perennials

$6.99

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Anemone

Perennials

$5.79

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Best Perennials For Sunny Areas 

We all know that water is mandatory for any plant to grow, develop and thrive. But since a sizeable number of countries worldwide experience sunny conditions year-round with some mediocre rains occurring sporadically, there is a need for binding actions to attain a significant plant’s cover around the globe. Since humanity has from the stone age era until now banked on trees for a better life, from medicinal to energy supply, some perennials species come in handy for the arid and semi-arid areas. Stop making excuses, plant these perennials in your sun-hit area, and make a remarkable change in your community.

 1. Delphinium

 The perennial species of delphinium are killed by cold and wet weather conditions, categorically proving it is naturally meant for the sunny hot areas. They flower in different colors, and potted delphiniums should be planted during spring. The root should be on the level with soil during planting.

 2. Daylily plants

 Daylily plants are even stoic enough to endure attacks by pests and diseases and poor soil conditions. They superbly grow when planted under the hot sun, and for an elegant appearance, ensure your space for 15 inches.

 3. Black-eyed Susan

 The perennial plant requires little maintenance, only deadheading to maximize blooming. The plant produces gorgeous flowers, which makes it a hotbed of pollination agents. They need to be planted in moist and loose soil, and spacing should be more if you want to form a border.

 4. Daffodils

 Daffodils should be planted during fall and can bear as much as a score of flowers in a single stem. More giant bulbs are more productive, and the planting depth should be twice the protruding inches of the bulb. Space for roughly five inches to avoid overcrowding and the plant is inedible to rodents and other animals.

 5. Lavender

 The medicinal plant lasts for several years provides the usual care, for example, by growing the plant in containers during the icy winters or when planting in icky soils. This perennial can grow close to twenty inches when fully mature. In these sunny areas pruning is mainly done during autumn. Harvesting is done when a sizeable number of flower buds have opened and should be done in the morning.

 6. Daisy

 Daisy is flower-producing perennials that are native all over the world. These daisy plants come in different perennial varieties, such as Shasta and Globe. They typically grow to between two to eight inches when fully mature and contain evergreen leaves. Daisy plant varieties sporadically display their color year-round, and trimming is essential at the onset of blooming.

 These perennial plant varieties are bound to endure the adverse growing environment in sunny areas. Although the list of the perennials is endless, the above ought to be prioritized due to their exceptional hardy nature, and it’s not too late to restore our lost glory in forest cover worldwide!