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79. Types of Perennial Full Sun Plants
Many of my gardens in out in the lawn, full sun or at least for now they are in full sun, while my tiny trees are still growing; the surrounding gardens are in the full. Knowing and understanding about the wide variety of full sun perennials that you can grow will help you focus more on decorating your gardens with color and vibrancy instead of having to focus all of your energies on making plants just grow.
Woolly Yarrow’s are a full sun-loving flower that is very low maintenance. These are a great spring to mid summer flower that are one of the first to bring their yellow color to your garden. Early spring flowers that add color are a great joy to use in the perennial garden.
The Marguerite is a full sun-loving flower that is used in your perennial garden that will please you with flowers from spring to fall. You can find varieties to include white, pinks, or yellows. This is a larger type flower that you could use as centerpieces in your garden year after year.
Thrift is another full sun growing plant that you will just treasure. Thrift is a very reliable plant that is drought tolerant and will offer you great pink flowers in both the spring and the summer months for your enjoyment.
Red Valerian is a great deep red blooming flower that performs in the spring and through the summer where the air and the soil is more dry. This full sun loving plant is great planted in the garden or in a container.
Prickly Pear flowers are a yellow with white colored flower that grows in large bunches and you will find that this hardy plant thrives from late in the spring through out the summer. Prickly Pears grow in the full sun and are a wonderful addition to any perennial garden.
Garden Phlox are one of my favorite perennials that I add to many of my gardens as a border and to fill in where many other flowers refuse to grow. Phlox are available in shades of magneta to pink, and white some even look shade of blue. This is a very short plant that blooms from late spring until mid summer.
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