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Sun Perennials

Sun Perennials – Add Color and Fragrance to Your Sunny Garden Spaces

Every gardener’s dream is to fill a sun-soaked garden with beautiful perennials that provide color and interest from spring until fall. And if you’re fortunate enough to have a sunny spot in your yard, Jackson & Perkins offers many perennials for sun-filled gardens that will thrive in those conditions.

Indeed, the heart of almost any garden is a sun-loving perennial border, its plants an ever-changing display of blooms, foliage, fragrance and sometimes even fruits. As an added bonus, many of these perennials are attractive to and beneficial for pollinators such as honeybees and butterflies. We can help these visitors thrive in our gardens and landscapes by providing them with food and shelter. Your sun perennials will do just that. If you’re lucky, you may even begin to attract hummingbirds.