Best Perennials for Missouri

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Missouri's varying climate demands perennials that are both tough and beautiful.  The story highlights plants that not only withstand the local weather but also enhance garden aesthetics with minimal maintenance.

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Purple Coneflowers

Thriving in poor soil and drought, Purple Coneflowers bloom vibrant purple petals, perfect for sunny Missouri spots.

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Columbine

With unique, delicate flowers, Columbine thrives in Missouri's partial shade, adding early spring color.

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Lenten Roses

Flourishing in the cold, Lenten Roses provide Missouri gardens with color during the bleak winter months.

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Black-eyed Susans

Symbolizing the summer, these bright yellow flowers are a staple in Missouri with their easy-going nature.

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Cranesbill

Cranesbill offers prolonged blooms from spring to fall, adapting well to Missouri’s fluctuating temperatures.

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Hostas

Ideal for shady Missouri gardens, Hostas impress with their lush foliage and low maintenance.

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Coral Bells

Coral Bells charm with vibrant foliage and delicate flowers, thriving in Missouri's partial sun.

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Phlox

Phlox brings aromatic clusters of pink, white, or purple flowers, perfect for a Missouri garden's sunny borders.

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Shasta Daisy

Shasta Daisies offer a classic garden look with their white petals and yellow centers, blooming all summer in Missouri.

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ENJOY

Perennials are celebrated for returning each year, reducing garden costs by up to 50% over five years.