Perennial flowers are affordable for most budgets. These flowers must be planted year after year. Most gardeners don\u2019t mind planting them since they look so beautiful and come in a variety of different colors. We will look at different kinds of perennial flowers. \n\n\n\nWhat is\nthe Balloon Flower?\n\n\n\nThis flower\nis easy to grow and prefers full sun. It\ncan thrive in part shade as well. When\nplanting, the soil should be well drained. \n\n\n\n\nWhat Colors Do They Come In?\n\n\n\nPinkBluePurpleWhite\n\n\n\nThere are many double petal varieties. They can grow to be 24 inches in height. The flowers open between the months of July and August. \n\n\n\nOther\nNames for the Balloon Flower:\n\n\n\nChinese BellflowerKikyo-RootPlatycodon Grandiflorus\n\n\n\nThis flower\nis known all throughout east Asia. \n\n\n\nWhat is\nthe Black-Eyed Susan Flower?\n\n\n\nThis is\nanother perennial flower. It likes and\nthrives in direct sunlight. The flower\nis known to absorb water when it rains. \nMost people say that they don\u2019t have to water the flower often as it\ntakes in water with each watering. It keeps it looking vibrant and bold all the\ntime.\n\n\n\nThe Rudbeckia\nHirta has yellowish orange petals. The\ncenter of the flower is more of a dark brown color. This flower will bloom in the months of June\nto September. It will grow to be around three feet tall. \n\n\n\nThese can be\ngrown in your backyard garden and don\u2019t require a lot of high maintenance. \n\n\n\nThe Black-Eyed\nSusan is the official flower of Maryland. It became the states flower in\n1918. There are thirteen petals in this\nflower. Many USA government officials\ninterpret this to be the original 13 colonies of the USA. The states flag colors are yellow and black\nas well. \n\n\n\nWhat is\nthe Blazing Star Flower?\n\n\n\nThis flower\nwill attract pollinators to where they are planted. They come in the colors of purple and pink.\nYou will often find these beautiful flowers in the Botanical gardens in your area. They will blossom between July and\nSeptember. They have a beautiful grass\nlooking foliage that surrounds them when they are grown. \n\n\n\nYou can imagine that the bees, butterflies and bees are attracted to this perennial flower. In many cultures around the world, the Blazing Star flower is also knowing as the Gay feather. \n\n\n\nGood\nThings About the Blazing Star Flower:\n\n\n\nThey Attract ButterfliesThey Are Great for Cut Flowers (Have\na Long Shelf Life)They are Bee and Bird FriendlyDeer Don\u2019t Like ThemThey Like Full SunThe Open from the Top of the Spike\nDownwards\n\n\n\nThese flowers\ngrow all over Mexico, Canada and the United States. The flower is strong and can often grow in\nweak soil or soil that is not often watered. \nIt\u2019s best to keep them in direct sun and their soil should be a bit on\nthe gritty side. \n\n\n\nThe roots\nlook like a bulb. If you are planting\nthe seed from scratch, expect it to take 2 years to see results. It\u2019s best to\nbuy this seed that has already been growing for at least 2 years. This will\nsave you a lot of time to see your results.\n\n\n\nWhat is\nBugleweed?\n\n\n\nThey are an\nevergreen ground cover perennial flower. \nThe soil is average and often well drained. They prefer to grow in sunny or partly sunny\nareas. If you have a garden with some\nshade, planting the Bugleweed in the area would be for the best. \n\n\n\nThey come in\na white and blue color. They grow to be\naround six inches in height. Gardeners\nwill often grow these flowers along walkways and porches. They mix in well with other garden flowers. \n\n\n\nAnother name\nfor this flower is Ajuga. There are around 30 different species of these as\nwell. Most of these species are in\nAfrica, Asia and Europe. Some gardeners\nlike to call these flowers \u201ccreepers\u201d. \nThey tend to creep up out of nowhere. \nMany gardeners don\u2019t even realize that these are in their garden until\ntheir season comes into play and then they start to grow suddenly. \n\n\n\nMany people\nlike to plant these in areas where there is not much beauty around their home.\nPerhaps in a corner where there is not much going on. These flowers tend to bring out the space to\nbe a lot more attractive. \n\n\n\nOther\nNames for Bugleweed?\n\n\n\nCarpetweedAjugaBlue BugleCarpet BugleEvergreen Perennial\n\n\n\nIt is good to have circulating air around this type of flower. This plant usually doesn\u2019t need food unless its not producing well. \n\n\n\nIt\u2019s best to\nwater Bugleweed once every 3 weeks. If\nyou plan on growing these flowers in Florida, makes sure to keep them cool by\ngiving them some shade. The hot humid climate will often dry them up a lot\nquicker than most other climates that are not hot year around. \n\n\n\nWhat is\nthe Clematis Flower?\n\n\n\nThe Clematis\nflower loves the full-on sun and partial shade. \nTheir soil should be consistently well drained. These will bloom in the spring and summer\nmonths. The vines on these flowers can\ngrow to around twelve feet long. \n\n\n\nYou can put\nthe clematis flower around your windows. \nThere are over three hundred different species growing. They do come from the buttercup family. These are widely known throughout Japan and\nChina. \n\n\n\nThese\nflowers are often called travelers joy in Asia. \nThese flowers do need to be pruned during winter months. It\u2019s important to keep up with this as a lot\nof browning can occur during off peak seasons. \n\n\n\n\nIf you grow\nthese in places like Buffalo, New York, the cold weather will destroy\nthem. They don\u2019t do well in snow and\nfrost. The clematis flower will grow quickly. \n\n\n\n\nThe clematis\nflower is often used by gardeners to add beauty to their garden. They often\nrange in colors of pink and violet. You will\nbe able to see for yourself that when they grow, your friends will compliment\nthem and wonder how you got them to look so beautiful and elegant in your\ngarden. As you can see, there are many\ndifferent types of perennial flowers that you can grow.