Top 10 perennial plants

With summer fast approaching, it’s time to take a good, long look at your garden. Changing up your plants can be one of the best projects you can do in the sunshine, as you’ll be able to sit back at the end of the day and take full scope of your hard work.
So, what plants or flowers should you grow? That’s the first question you need to answer.
Over on Thompson and Morgan, we know that this question is a tough one to consider. So why not take a look at perennial plants, and see their many, many benefits.
Flourishing between April to November, perennial plants add plenty of colour and seasonal interest to your garden. These wildlife-loving plants are great for attracting pollinating insects, and make fantastic cut flowers too.
Easy to grow and very versatile, perennials can be used in a multitude of places. From fillers between shrubs, grown in containers or built as classic herbaceous borders, these plants are a easy alternative to annual flowers and return to bloom in your garden every year.
Over on Thompson & Morgan, we’ve got hundreds of perennial plant seeds to choose from – all with pros and cons for growing. So check out this handy infographic for our curated top ten perennial plants for a reliable and beautiful display.Thompson and Morgan
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