Top Perks of Planting Perennials

Wednesday, February 24, 2021 @ 06:02 PM
posted by Brad Pannone

When planting flowers in your landscape, you have two main choices: annuals and perennials. While annual flowers are those that last just one season, perennial flower varieties are designed to bloom year after year. You may notice your perennials die into the ground during the winter, but you can expect new growth again when spring arrives. Perennials can certainly give you maximum enjoyment for your investment, but there are other valued advantages of choosing this type of flower for your Georgia garden.

#1 Low Maintenance
Compared to annuals that you have to purchase and plant every year, perennials can be considered a lower-maintenance option. However, don’t mistake this for “maintenance-free,” as they will still need proper care and attention throughout the year.

#2 Free Flowers
Some perennial varieties are known to multiply! While you’ll need to peform the minor task of digging and dividing, this can equate to additional flowers in your garden that you didn’t have to pay for.

#3 Dynamic Appearance
If you like to be surprised or you get tired of the same boring look in your landscape, you’ll love a perennial’s ability to change their appearance throughout the year.

#4 Endless Varieties
With the countless variety options of perennials, you are sure to find the color, texture and shape combination you are looking for.

#5 Quick Enjoyment
One of the highlighted advantages of many perennials is their fast growth. They are considered smaller, longer-lasting and quicker growing compared to annuals. Some may even reach their full mature size after just one season! An excellent choice for the impatient gardener.

If you’d like assistance with choosing and planting perennials in your Georgia yard, call our experts at Pannone’s Landscaping & Lawn Pros. We have the knowledge and skill it takes to help your landscape be a place of enjoyment instead of stress.

Posted on behalf of Brad Pannone
Pannone’s Lawn Pros & Landscaping

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