Perennial Flowers last 2 or more years, so make sure where you plant them is where you want them to stay. Some perennial flowers will bloom the first year from seed, but most wait until they've become established in the second year to bloom. Perennials as a rule bloom for only part of the summer, so a mixture of different varieties ensures that you will have some color throughout the growing season. 

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Black Eyed Susan

Striking orange, daisy-like flower with a chocolate brown center. Tolerates heat and drought.

Blanket Flower (Gaillardia)

Large, red and yellow, daisy-like flowers on stiff stems. Good for cut flowers.


Produces mounds of flat topped orange flowers

California Poppy, A. Orange

Very showy, hardy plant with fern-like foliage. Great for areas with other later blooming perennials.

Coreopsis, Lanceolata

Daisy-like flowers sit high above the lance shaped leaves.


Masses of dainty blue flowers are borne along graceful arching branches. Beautiful when planted with spring bulbs.

Hollyhock, Indian Summer

Single and double flowers in rose, pink and white. Blooms the first year from seed.

Lupine, Russell Hybrid

Elegant, colorful spires held high above the foliage. Good cut flower.

Poppy, Double Shirley

Cup-shaped, silky, double, tissue-like blooms. excellent cut flower.

Purple Coneflower

Popular flower with a cone-shaped center, ringed with a single row of petals. Attracts butterflies.