Everything You Want To Know About Perennials Part 2
Welcome back to the series that is cover all you want to know about perennials. We are sharing everything from extra beautiful perennials to perennials that offer your family more privacy and lastly perennials that provide shade.
Today, we are sharing about how to use perennials to provide your landscape with a little bit more privacy. Using perennials in this way is genius because of how low maintenance these flowers are. Every year you can expect and look forward to them returning.
The oriental lily can be grown in gardening zones 4-8. If you are not sure what zone you live it, please check out How To Understand Gardening Zones. They can grow up to 6 feet tall and sometimes even taller. They produce these enormous stunning flowers that come in pink, white and red. This perennial will keep the neighbors out while keeping your landscape breathtaking.
Better Homes and Gardens puts it well when they say,
Make stunning cut-flower arrangements with delphiniums. This summer-garden classic bears spikes of intensely colored blossoms in shades of blue, purple, white, and pink. The biggest varieties can reach 6 feet tall, though there are dwarf selections. Cut down spent blossoms to coax another flush of blooms.
Queen of the Prairie
Here is a classic perennial that offers beauty and privacy to any garden. Boasting a 6 feet tall potential height and up to 4 feet wide this flower offers the perfect backdrop for your landscape.
Each of these perennials will bring the kind of curb appeal that makes your landscape the envy of the neighbor while offering a bit of privacy from those onlookers.
Have you ever grown one of these perennials? If so, do you have a favorite?