Oklahoma Perennial Guide
Choosing the Perfect Perennials
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Elegant yet old-fashioned charm. Tips to achieve Hydrangea Happiness. Colors of blues, pinks, whites and more all on the same plant.
Keep your containers blooming beautifully all season. Choose the right potting soil and fertilizer to guarantee container success.
Agastache, sometimes known as hyssop or hummingbird mint, is a native of the Midwest and Great Plains regions.
It is best to stagger them with other varieties so bloom times overlap, giving you a continuous flow of flower production.
This versatile shade perennial is a must-have for any woodland, rock, container or perennial garden.
It is a mid-height perennial that produces brilliant color for shade gardens.
Coreopsis is a native of the plains and is often referred to as tickseed.
The Daylily is often referred to as “the perfect perennial” for its wide adaptibility.
With single and double blooms and endless color combinations, Dianthus proves to be one of the more diverse species.
Echinacea's vibrant hues draw the eye to the large flowers it produces.
As long as these beauties have wet feet, they will be wonderful additions to any shady areas.
Gaillardia or Blanket Flower is the State of Oklahoma wildflower.
Gaura's clumping habit almost makes them appear like thickets.
Plumbago works well as a ground cover in perennial beds and as a ‘spiller’ for containers.
Hellebore, sometimes called Lenten Rose, is great for use as a border in perennial beds or in containers.
Heuchera is the perfect choice for any shady space that needs a flair of color and texture.
Hostas do not mind wet feet; especially in hotter climates.
Stachys displays soft, almost fuzzy, elongated silvery-gray foliage, similar to the look of a lamb’s ear.
Lantana is by far on the most popular and well known blooms in the horticulture universe.
Milkweed is the number one food source and nesting place for Monarch Butterflies.
Monarda is great for mass plantings in garden beds or in container gardens.
Garden Phlox tends to be the more popular of the two because of its longer bloom time.
Large yellow flower heads with brown or black centers protrude on tall, fuzzy stems with their foliage staying lower to the ground.
Meadow Sage with its hues of purple, blue, red and white can be seen blanketing garden beds throughout Oklahoma.
The biggest attraction to these is their foliage itself and the color variations contrast with one another.
In Oklahoma they can tolerate light shade, especially in the hot summer months.
This perennial is tried and true in the hot Oklahoma summer sun.
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