Perennials can last a lifetime and are desperately needed in every garden to add interest, texture, balance and color. The ultimate goal of every gardener is creating a succession of bloom from spring to fall with perennials. For example in one garden bad I have Allium which booms in spring, Lilies which bloom in early summer, Clematis which blooms midsummer and Chrysanthemums which bloom in the fall.
 
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