Perennials That Bloom in Spring

Sun or shade, dry soil or wet, there's at least one spring bloomer here that's perfect for your garden.

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Bearded irises are a fragrant and beautiful fixture in the spring garden. They come in a huge range of colors and even in a few cases, variegated foliage. Some rebloom later in the year. They need little care but over time, irises need to be divided so they can continue to flourish.

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