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Next Up 10 Long-Flowering Perennials Bring color to your garden all summer and into fall with these ever-blooming perennials that produce flowers for multiple seasons. 10 Best Perennials and Flowers for Full-Sun Got a super sunny spot in your garden? These sun-loving flowering perennials thrive in the direct sunlight. 10 Best Perennials for Shade Looking for something to plant in that shady area of your garden? These perennials thrive without sunlight and add great garden color in beds, borders and containers. 10 Colorful Perennials Add color to any yard with these beautiful red, yellow, blue, pink and white perennial flowers. List of the Best Perennial Flowers Trying to decide what to plant in your garden or yard? Here are seven popular perennial flowers to consider. 5 Purple Perennial Flowers Add a pop of purple to your garden or yard with these varieties of perennial flowers that range from pale lavender to the deepest purple. Flowering Plants Learn about several plant varieties and the planting information for each zone. When and How to Plant Perennials Keep perennials beautiful year after year by following these expert planting tips. Perennials That Love Shade These 10 plants will add color to your shade garden and return year after year. How to Grow Perennial Flowers from Seed Buying container-grown perennials can get pricey. Save money by following this step-by-step guide for growing your own perennials from seed.
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Tall Flowering Plants

10 Long-Flowering Perennials Bring color to your garden all summer and into fall with these ever-blooming perennials that produce flowers for multiple seasons. 10 Best Perennials and Flowers for Full-Sun Got a super sunny spot in your garden? These sun-loving flowering perennials thrive in the direct sunlight. 10 Best Perennials for Shade Looking for something to plant in that shady area of your garden? These perennials thrive without sunlight and add great garden color in beds, borders and containers. 10 Colorful Perennials Add color to any yard with these beautiful red, yellow, blue, pink and white perennial flowers. List of the Best Perennial Flowers Trying to decide what to plant in your garden or yard? Here are seven popular perennial flowers to consider. 5 Purple Perennial Flowers Add a pop of purple to your garden or yard with these varieties of perennial flowers that range from pale lavender to the deepest purple. Flowering Plants Learn about several plant varieties and the planting information for each zone. When and How to Plant Perennials Keep perennials beautiful year after year by following these expert planting tips. Perennials That Love Shade These 10 plants will add color to your shade garden and return year after year. How to Grow Perennial Flowers from Seed Buying container-grown perennials can get pricey. Save money by following this step-by-step guide for growing your own perennials from seed.
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Tall Flowering Plants

The tall spires of foxgloves are a vision. They grow as tall as 8 feet and produce tube-shaped flowers in blue, pink or white with deep purple spots on their throats. Technically they’re biennials, meaning they’ll live two years and die. But they’re enthusiastic re-seeders and will act like tall perennial plants, coming back for years.
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Tall Flowering Plants

Tall Garden Phlox Phlox paniculata — garden, tall, or border phlox — grows 3 to 4 feet tall and bears large trusses of fragrant perennial flowers from summer to early fall. It’s an old-fashioned favorite that has few rivals for its color display and light, sweet fragrance. It’s well suited to the back of the garden and cottage gardens. Learn more about phlox. Order phlox now for your garden!
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Tall Flowering Plants

Add these brilliant yellow flowers to sunny beds and borders. Coreopsis offers varieties with single or double flowers. Most types grow about 18 inches tall. This prairie native needs little water or fertilizer. Some of our top coreopsis picks include dwarf-form Nana, pale yellow Moonbeam, and double-flowering Early Sunrise.
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Tall Flowering Plants

Purple coneflower (Echinacea) is tough as nails. This showy perennial produces single-, double-, and triple-flowering varieties in wide range colors (beyond purple) that include white, raspberry, orange, and yellow. Purple coneflower generally grows 3 feet tall and bloom from early summer through fall. Butterflies love the flowers.
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Tall Flowering Plants

Coreopsis Add these brilliant yellow flowers to sunny beds and borders. Coreopsis offers varieties with single or double flowers. Most types grow about 18 inches tall. This prairie native needs little water or fertilizer. Some of our top coreopsis picks include dwarf-form Nana, pale yellow Moonbeam, and double-flowering Early Sunrise. Hardiness Zones: 4-9
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Tall Flowering Plants

Purple Coneflower Purple coneflower (Echinacea) is tough as nails. This showy perennial produces single-, double-, and triple-flowering varieties in wide range colors (beyond purple) that include white, raspberry, orange, and yellow. Purple coneflower generally grows 3 feet tall and bloom from early summer through fall. Butterflies love the flowers. Hardiness Zones: 3-9
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Butterflies love these tall perennial plants and you will, too, if you’re looking for big. Joe Pye grows up to 7 feet tall and 4 feet wide. It bears clusters of pale pink-purple flowers that smell like vanilla.
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Passionate about plants? So are we! Costa Farms is a wholesale grower that discovers, develops, and grows plants for your home and life — indoors and out. We’re your online gardening resource for plant info and inspiration. Our articles, blogs, tips, and photos help you use plants to beautify your living spaces and enhance your life. Learn more about Costa Farms passionate about plants
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Flowering tobacco, Nicotiana sylvestris, is yet another stately, old-fashioned flower that has been overshadowed by shorter varieties. It can grow to 6 ft. and produces a jasmine-like scent in the evenings. During the day, the flowers partially close and no scent it released, but it makes up for it at night. Because of this habit, these are great plants for a patio or deck where you spend time in the evening.
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To get the largest plants, you will need to either buy seedlings or start seeds early, 6 – 8 weeks before your last frost. As with most tall growing plants, caster beans need to be allowed to grow without interruption. Keep moving them into larger pots, as they fill out their old ones. Make sure they have plenty of heat and sun and harden them off gradually.
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Cleome hassleriana, or spider flower, starts blooming early and gets better as the season rolls along. The first blooms begin when the plants are only about 1 ft. tall. As the plant grows in height, more flowers form at the top of the plants. Although height depends on the variety you are growing, most can grow to 4 – 5 ft., branching along the way and producing even more flowers.
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Fragrant, petal-packed perennial dianthus (cousin to the carnation) is also called “pinks” (even though it flowers in a variety of colors, such as red, white, rose, and lavender). Varieties range from creeping groundcovers to 3-foot tall plants. The leaves are blue-green — they’re very pleasing in a garden and accent most other plants in a design!

Dianthus Fragrant, petal-packed perennial dianthus (cousin to the carnation) is also called “pinks” (even though it flowers in a variety of colors, such as red, white, rose, and lavender). Varieties range from creeping groundcovers to 3-foot tall plants. The leaves are blue-green — they’re very pleasing in a garden and accent most other plants in a design! Hardiness Zones: 3-10
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Our range of taller Perennial plants are all suitable for growing at the back of the border, where they can tower over smaller bulbs, plants and shrubs, and where they can really make an impact or statement. All your favourite tall perennials will be found within this range, including Centranthus, Cynara, Ligularia, Meconopsis, Verbena and Verbascum.
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Lend old-fashioned charm to your perennial border with hollyhock. Known for its tall spires of colorful blooms, hollyhock is the perfect back-of-the-border plant. Old-fashioned selections can easily grow more than 6 feet tall in a spot with full sun and moist, well-drained soil.
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Hardy beauties grow from 4 to 6 feet tall and bear big, showy flowers in white, red and pink. They’re sweet-smelling, tall perennial flowers that are great for bouquets.
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These old-fashioned, tall garden flowers produces spikes of blooms in color-saturated tones of blue, pink, purple and white. The biggest varieties can reach 6 feet tall.
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Verbena bonariensis, Tall Verbena or Brazilian Vervain, is an unusual plant that finds its way through your garden. It forms a low clump of leaves then sends up tall, bobbing stems with clusters of purple flowers. On its own, it's not a show stopper. Let it weave it's way through your garden and everyone will be asking you what it is.
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Phlox paniculata — garden, tall, or border phlox — grows 3 to 4 feet tall and bears large trusses of fragrant perennial flowers from summer to early fall. It’s an old-fashioned favorite that has few rivals for its color display and light, sweet fragrance. It’s well suited to the back of the garden and cottage gardens.

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