Perennials are flowers that return each year. Although many die back after a hard frost in the fall, the roots survive through the winter and send up new shoots in the spring. Many perennials produce bigger and brighter blooms once they are established. Most require division every three to five years to prevent overcrowding and promote healthy growth.
Coreopsis (Golden Glow)
Echinacea Purpurpea (Purple Coneflower)
Rudbeckia (Black-Eyed Susan)