Perennials are the backbone of the garden.  These plants die back at the beginning of fall and re-bloom in the spring.  Unlike annuals, perennials grow quite slowly, so be patient with your plants!  Some may take a few years to fully grow.  Because of this slow growth, perennials require less fertilizer.

Perennials add vibrant color and foliage to your yard.  Some attract hummingbirds, butterflies or other pollinators while others provide an alluring fragrance.  Perennials offer a wide variety of color, bloom time and light requirements.