Perennials come back year after year, saving you from yearly planting chores and giving your garden a consistent look. Most will die back to the ground when the weather gets cold, but keep track of where they're planted, and be ready to welcome them again next spring!

'May Night'


'Peppy le Pom'

Eye-catching orange bells hang on this tender subshrub (meaning; won't tolerate hard freezes). Plant it in a container to bring it inside over the winter!


Milkweed (Asclepias spp.), the host plant for monarch butterflies, is almost mandatory in a pollinator garden. Its milky, toxic sap deters deer.