Top Perennial Plants For The Spring Garden

Every garden should include some spring flowering perennial flowers to remind us that winter is over at last for another year. This list of spring blooming perennials is divided into three sections covering plants for early, mid and late spring color. These spring flowering beauties are described in an article which I found on the Perennial Resource website.

For those of us who live in parts of the country that experience long, cold, snowy winters, there’s nothing quite like the incredible sense of hope that spring flowers bring.? The simple act of new growth breaking through the cold, hard ground renews one’s faith that good things are coming soon, and that our gardens will soon be filled with color and fragrance.

Whether you’re planning a brand new garden or just looking to liven up your existing space, be sure to plan on including at least a few spring blooming perennials.? You will be so glad you did come spring!

There are many, many kinds of perennials that bloom in all seasons including the very first perennial to bloom–Lenten Roses (Hellebores) that can even bloom in the snow come early spring.? Below, you’ll find a list of perennials that bloom in early, mid, and late spring.? If you choose at least one kind from each list, you’ll be sure to have something in color in your garden all spring long.

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