Perennials That Love the Sun

These colorful garden plants want to bathe in the sun every day.

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Daylily

These super-easy perennials require nothing special in the way of soil and a minimum of maintenance. The blooms are available in a multitude of colors and heights; each flower lasts only a day but each stalk produces several blooms. Most varieties flower for a three-week period; combine early-, mid- and late-season varieties to have color from early summer to fall. 'Stella D'Oro' repeat blooms. Divide every three to four years. USDA Zones: 3 to 10 (Pictured: 'Stella d'Oro')

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