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Small Space Perennials with Sun

If you are short on space, or garden in containers, you have room for a perennial garden. Perennial flowers provide structure in the landscape, bringing color and texture and seasonal interest, and they just get better every year! Choose these easy-to-grow, long blooming varieties for your sunny smaller garden space, with six hours or more of direct sunlight.


Perennials have evolved to live within specific temperature ranges, and many require a cold winter to thrive. Always check the recommended zones provided for each variety, and only purchase plants recommended for your zone. You can find your growing zone on our website here.

 

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    Butterfly bush with small frame, but exceptionally large blooms flowering all season long.

    $15.99
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    Large, dense plants display an uncommon weeping habit with majestic flowers.

    $15.99
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    Outstanding perennial for the front of the border and containers.

    $14.99
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    Echinacea Salsa Red is free bloomer from mid-summer, for months until fall.

    $15.99
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    Large single daisies in coral-pink color and bronze cones.

    $13.99
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    Strong plants and long lasting blooms.

    $19.99
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    Larger than life, gorgeous, pure-white blooms that turn blushing bright pink.

    $19.99 - $27.99
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    Masses of showy white flowers.

    $19.99
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    Extra hardy rich blue lavender. Tolerates heat and humidity.

    $13.99
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    Compact plants soon covered with gorgeous, perfumed dark-purple spikes.

    $6.99 - $13.99
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    Bright, bold and easy to grow!

    $5.19 - $13.99
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    A stunning show throughout summer.

    $13.99
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