Posted on: 11 November 2015
If you want to try to maintain a beautiful yard year-round without always having to replant each spring after the winter crushes your landscape because of the harsh climate that you live in, then you need to think carefully about the flowers that you include in your residential landscaping design. Here are a few cold-hardy perennials that will be able to withstand whatever Old Man Winter wants to throw at them:
Whether you're looking for a tall border plant or a creeper,
Long-lasting and low-maintenance, peonies are some of the most beautiful flowers with their bright-colored blooms. Not only do they look great, but they're able to fight against some of the coldest winter weather conditions and still be able to pop back up in spring and look fantastic. The Farmer's
Native to North America,
4. Coral Bells
Scientifically known as Heuchera, coral bell is a beautifully eclectic plant that will provide some much-needed energy to any garden. They're excellent ground cover plants, attract birds and are low maintenance overall. They are ideal for zones three through nine, although specifically in zones eight and nine, the soil may need additional insulation to help prevent soil heaving. BHG says that they work well when planted with Lungwort, Japanese painted fern and Astilbe.
If you have a specific flower or plant in mind and aren't sure whether or not it is resilient enough for your particular zoned climate, consult with a professional residential landscaper. A professional landscaper has the knowledge and expertise to help you locate the best plants for your yard and even help design the overall landscape.Share