With the arrival of spring, it’s time to think about landscaping your garden, if you’re looking to create a colorful and lasting garden, flowering perennials are an excellent option.


Lupins are perennial plants belonging to the family Fabaceae, they are native to North America but have spread throughout the world due to their beauty and usefulness for nitrogen fixation, they are herbaceous flowers that usually grow 30 to 150 cm in height, they have webbed leaves and flowers in clusters that can vary in color from red, pink, purple, white and even yellow.

They prefer nutrient-rich, well-drained soil, but can also grow in poor soil if amendments such as compost or manure are added. They can be planted in early spring or late summer, depending on variety and climate.

They have also been used in traditional medicine to treat various conditions, including heart disease and diabetes.


Peonies are flowering perennials that produce large, fragrant blooms, these flowers are often used for weddings and other special events as they are very beautiful and represent romance.

They can be found in a variety of colors including white, pink, red, purple and even yellow, the flowers also come in different shapes, such as single, double or semi-double, and may vary in size.

They need nutrient rich, well-drained soil to grow, you can plant them in the fall or early spring to take advantage of their beauty, they are a popular flower for special occasions and are prized for their beautiful appearance and their enchanting scent.


Irises are flowering perennials in the family Iridaceae, they are known for their large, brightly colored flowers that occur in a variety of colors including blue, purple, white and yellow.

They are hardy plants that can be grown in a wide variety of climates and soils. They prefer nutrient-rich, well-drained soils, they are very versatile plants that can be used in gardens, flower beds, borders and containers, they can be planted in fall or early spring, depending on the region where they are grown, these are also very popular due to their ability to attract butterflies and other pollinating insects to the garden.


Dahlias are flowering perennials that produce large flowers in bright, vibrant colors, they come in a variety of colors including red, pink, purple and white, they prefer nutrient rich soils and well drained, can be planted in early spring.

They are flowers that are very popular with gardeners and gardening enthusiasts due to their beauty and variety, there are many species of dahlias with different shapes, sizes and colors, some dahlias have single flowers, while others are double.

Some have small flowers, while others have very large flowers, the colors of dahlias also vary, ranging from bright red to white to pink, purple and yellow.

In addition to their beauty, dahlias are also very easy to grow plants, they prefer nutrient-rich, well-drained soils, but can also tolerate less fertile soils, for gardeners wishing to grow dahlias, it is recommended to plant bulbs in early spring when the soil begins to warm.


Daisies are flowering perennials, they belong to the Asteraceae family, which also includes plants like asters and chrysanthemums, daisies produce small, brightly colored flowers, which attract bees and butterflies, they are available in a variety of colors including red, pink, purple, yellow and white.

Daisies need nutrient rich, well drained soil to grow, they can be grown in gardens, pots or planters, if using pots or planters make sure they have drainage holes to drain excess water.

They are easy to grow and can be planted in early spring or fall, they can also be propagated by division or cuttings, if you want your daisies to grow optimally you can fertilize them with a fertilizer rich in phosphorus.

With these flowering perennials, you can create a colorful, long-lasting garden that will bloom year after year, be sure to plant these plants in nutrient-rich, well-drained soil, and water them regularly to keep them healthy.

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