We've made it through another Midwest winter! Have you already done all your garden planning? We hope not, because we have some gorgeous perennial recommendations that deserve a spot in your garden.
Mukgenia 'Nova Flame'
This hybrid of combines the pops of spring pink flowers of bergenia with the fall color of mukdenia for all-season interest.
Anthemis tinctoria 'Charme'
An adorable dwarf marguerite daisy that provides a punch of yellow in-ground or in containers. With deadheading, it will bloom in May all the way until early fall.
We love the fluffly double violet flowers of this geranium, which looks fantastic in borders and doesn't self-seed!
This versatile chartreuse grass would be a gorgeous accent plant, mass planting or addition in a container. Pair it with dark foliage for some serious contrast in your garden.
Panicum 'Blood Brothers'
A beautiful switchgrass that turns red with tan seedhead as the season progresses. It remains sturdy for winter interest, too!
Peony 'Coral Charm'
A coral semi-double peony that's so pretty you could cry. A top choice for early-bloomers, for sure.