A Printable List of Full Sun Perennials
The list below contains the most commonly available perennials and while there are others for specialist growers, these will suffice for all but the most berserker of gardeners. Yeah, I know I've grown more than these but hey, I've been doing this for far too many years.
The video contains three tips for growing great full sun perennials.
If you're not interested in the video, let me suggest that you consider doing three things in your garden to get optimum plant growth over the long term.
The first is to improve the soil by adding organic matter. This does a number of really good things for the plants - from increasing fertility to increasing the water holiding capacity of the soil (both good things to do in the full sun).
TThe second is to water properly. Soak at least once a week but do not water shallowly regularly. One deep soaking a week is better than 5 little applicatioins.
The third is to mulch with organic matter. I've written about the benefits of mulich and nowhere is this more evident in the full sun garden.
List of Full Sun Perennials
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