15 Perennials Every Garden Should Have! 💪🌿💚 // Garden Answer
15 Perennials Every Garden Should Have! 💪🌿💚 // Garden Answer
– Sedum –
Lemonjade Sedum – http://bit.ly/2xBi7D5
Boogie Woogie’ Sedum – https://bit.ly/3gpdRPj
Autumn Joy Sedum – https://bit.ly/2RTFXIg
Autumn Charm Sedum – https://bit.ly/2QI7vzR
– Russian Sage –
Denim ‘n Lace Russian Sage – http://bit.ly/2M6441h
Sweet Romance® Lavender – http://bit.ly/2s9dlef
Munstead Lavender – https://bit.ly/2PffZhu
– Rudbeckia –
Rudbeckia Goldsturm – https://bit.ly/3xcOMNq
Cherry Brandy Rudbeckia Seed – https://bit.ly/2QkLgA0
Irish Eyes Rudbeckia –
– Echinacea –
Double Scoop™ Cranberry Echinacea – https://bit.ly/3dFLMRR
Echinacea Purpurea seed – https://bit.ly/3xfluOd
Color Coded® Yellow My Darling Echinacea – http://bit.ly/2XUON5M
The Price is White’ Coneflower Echinacea – https://bit.ly/3pFztsi
Green Envy Echinacea – https://bit.ly/2PemIrP
– Veronica –
Purple Illusion Veronica – http://bit.ly/2YVeh4p
Wizard of Ahhs Veronica – http://bit.ly/2JHzHKu
White Wands Veronica – http://bit.ly/36LtF7x
– Hosta –
Coast to Coast Hosta – http://bit.ly/2IyUOgY
Empires Wu Hosta – https://bit.ly/3dcWCw8
Wu-La-La Hosta – https://bit.ly/2JtXuzg
Wheee! Hosta – https://bit.ly/3gmk2RE
Diamond Lake Hosta – http://bit.ly/2K0oU1W
Autumn Frost Hosta – http://bit.ly/2qYG83K
– Brunera –
Jack of Diamonds – http://bit.ly/2JZy7rm
Silver heart –
– Hakonechloa –
Hakonechloa Aureola – https://bit.ly/3neu4s5
All Gold Hakonechloa – http://bit.ly/2tvlU3T
– Pulmonaria –
Spot On Lungwort – https://bit.ly/3dCP7hD
– Geranium –
Boom Chocolatta – https://bit.ly/3nhl9WT
Geranium Magnificum – https://bit.ly/3ni4Bh6
Geranium ‘Ann Folkard’ – https://bit.ly/3xtCdxB
Johnson’s Blue Geranium – https://bit.ly/32FI0BX
– Carex –
Evergold Carex – http://bit.ly/2SoNZqt
– Penstemon –
Midnight Masquerade Penstemon – http://bit.ly/2t5e5Rq
Electric Blue Penstemon – https://bit.ly/3sQv1rK
– Anemone –
Fall in Love™ ‘Sweetly’ Japanese Anemone –
Honorine Jobert Japanese Anemone – https://bit.ly/3tYFEKk
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Can’t wait to plant these. We were at a campground in TN they had these and I told my husband I’m planting them next year.
What state are you in and can you post a zone map?
I wish you talked more about native plants that support an ecosysytem. Also, you should say what state you are in. That would help.
Found out about the hail damage this year as well. BEWARE if you live where deer have access. They LOVE to eat Hostas. I’ve learned to use a natural deer detergent that is odorous, sometimes have fox urine or other deterrent in it. Odor dissipates after a week or so, or if it rains. One dose is usually enough, unless the mamas decide to bring the Bambi’s in to show them which of my perennials are best to eat !! You learn over time how nature interacts with nature!
Thank you for the great insight!
My question, up I’m SW Washington here, when is the best time to plant any of these? We just bought our house and are cleaning up the garden now. Thanks!
I wish she say zone on every plant I know lots will grow here but won’t come back. In zone 3. I guess I could Google it lol.
Thank you so much! Gave me tons of ideas.
This is cool
I thought only cannabis growers gave their plants cool names… guess it’s a botanical thing lol. Love it.
Indian Summer rudbeckia is the most beautiful. Glow like stained glass.
Hi! I’m new to this channel . I’m 53 years old and just recently got interested growing flowers! Very informative thank you!
How do you water all those flower beds?
Hey girl , what’s the name of the drill he is using
Living in central/southern Alberta Canada. Trying so hard to “fill” garden beds with stuff that is happy, pretty, and not huge maintenance. I can grow stuff easy, but I am “what to do” dumb. Cutting, pruning etc. I wait till the new stuff comes and then get the dead stuff out. Probably wasting a lot of the plants growing energy that way. Also what to put where … no clue.
wow thanks for sharing
Thank you for the wonderful information on perennials. How do you contain or get rid of a very invasive plant. PENNYWORT!
Could you make a video with top suggestions for your favorite cut flowers? Thanks for all the great videos!
Wow…you are amazing! I learned so much from you today. Thank you! I liked and subscribed and I’m looking forward to more of your videos. Thank you again!
Do you have a resource for which plants tolerate a black walnut environment? Thanks
Include where they are native to! It’s important to plant native plants.
Great. I love your videos. My garden its lovely but your ist fantastic ! 5 stars from Alex Garden.
❤️Love This Thank You❤️
Hosta’s are like crack cocain for deer.
Beautiful presentation. I learned a lot. WELL DONE
I tried the milk containers with cuttings why did it not work. Everything was moldy. I can use some help.
I would LOVE a video of perennials for a wildflower-inspired meadow!!!
I love this video, but as a beginner, I don’t know exactly what is being said as far as zones go. I’ll have to research that.
At 4:51 you can see a large red plant. What is the name of that plant?
That’s REALLY helpful. Thank you so much.
I’m new to gardening! I live in Michigan where it’s gets cold for about a good 5months. In what state are you?
Absolutely loved your video,just so informative…your passion for gardening is inspiring
Sorry, not to contradict you immediately, but here in northern Wisconsin, deer love sedum, especially when the plant is first up in the spring. Once the plant is larger, they tend to leave it alone, but that may be because they then have more to eat in the wild. They also eat the Echinacea, which is surprising due to their scent. The only plant I don’t mind if they eat early on are the different types of phlox. The first time it happened, I was very upset, but soon learned that it was like a “ natural” pruning. The plants “ bushed” out and had twice the blossoms.
I love watching your videos , I need a overhaul on some of my planting areas. They took down 4 of my trees and now I have a little more sun than shade in some areas. I look at everything and I am lost lol I need different plant/flowers around my pond, just not sure what to do. Guess I need inspiration.