Reblooming Perennials Beauties for the Garden

Delightful Daylily

Sunny gold Stella d’Oro daylily lights up the garden with its trumpet-shape yellow flowers all summer long. This tough plant scoffs at hot, dry conditions. Here it creates a spectacular combination with blue ornamental onion (Allium azureum).

‘Immortality’ Reblooming Iris

Noted for its reliable show of snowy-white flowers in spring and again in fall, this stunning tall bearded iris is among the easiest perennials to grow. The ruffled blooms are borne on 30-inch-tall stems above the swordlike foliage.

 

Luscious Reblooming Lilac

Enjoy lilac’s heady fragrance in spring, and again from midsummer into fall with Bloomerang. This compact variety fits neatly in any garden as it grows just 4 to 5 feet tall and wide. It bears a heavy crop of lavender-purple flowers that are perfect for cutting.

Heavenly Hydrangea

Most hydrangeas bloom once and are done for the season. But Endless Summer bears blossoms on new growth — so you can enjoy the flowers several times each summer. For gardeners in cold climates where winter damage prevents other hydrangeas from flowering, ‘Endless Summer’ ensures a spectacular show.

Reliable Repeat-Blooming Rose

Beautiful Knock Out roses are truly some of the easiest plants you can grow in your garden. They bloom almost continuously through the summer, and are virtually disease free and hardy to boot. Shown here is Pink Double Knock Out; the series also includes red, double red, single pink, yellow, and more.

Count on these perennials to create a big bang in your landscape with their extra-long flowering season.

 

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