Perennials

Perennial gardens will thrive whether your garden is large or small, sunny or shady, dry or wet. Perennial plants live and bloom for more than two growing seasons. Many can survive 10 years or more if planted in the right location and conditions.


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Perennial Species:
Alyssum, Sweet
Aster, Stokes
Beloperone
Blanket Flower
Coleus
Coneflower
Coreopsis
Daisy, Shasta
Daylily
Dianthus
Garlic, Society Gazania
Gerber Daisy
Hyacinth
Larkspur
Lisianthus
Manaos Beauty
Osteospermum
Periwinkle
Poppy, Mexican Tulip
Sage, Blue
Shellflower
Tickseed
Verbena



















Perennials


Perennial gardens will thrive whether your garden is large or small, sunny or shady, dry or wet. Perennial plants live and bloom for more than two growing seasons. Many can survive 10 years or more if planted in the right location and conditions.

Florida areas do have enough cold for a dormant period, but our long hot summer may stress some perennials. Our summers are humid so fungal diseases can plague susceptible plants. Look for disease-resistant cultivators. Rains may leave the soil wet for long periods, increasing the chance for rotting. Consider growing in raised beds.

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