Sign up for our newsletter:
Perennials can be real heart stopping and breathtaking plants. Your garden would be lost without them. They are the easiest going plants out of all. They die down each winter and they are up again in the spring, displaying such a beautiful set in midsummer. These are called herbaceous perennials. So what's the difference between Perennial plants and annuals or biennials? Simple, perennials live for more than two years so they're a real investment. Every garden needs at least one type of perennial.
Perennials are Plants that are in it for the long haul
A couple of common perennials that you should have in your garden include:
- Helleborus x hybridus
- Erysimum ‘Bowles’ Mauve’
- Salvia ‘Caradonna’
- Geranium ‘Rozanne’
- Gaura lindheimeri
- Rudbeckia ‘Goldsturm’
- Aster ‘Little Carlow’
Find Perennials in Garden Centres near you
Here is a list of garden centres that sell beautiful perennials near you. Visit a garden centre in your area to find a selection of perennials today. If you can't find one that you're keen on, why not buy perennials online with the Garden Centre Guide.