Outdoor Plants That Grow Back Every Year

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    Vine

    • Jasmine adds fragrance to the landscape.she smells the jasmine flowers image by Alexandra Gnatush-Kostenko from Fotolia.com

      Clematis (Clematis hybrida) is a popular flowering vine that can reach 5 to 20 feet in length, depending on the variety. Clematis thrives in full sun. You can use clematis to add vertical interest to the landscape as the vine is easily encouraged to cling to an arbor.

      For fragrance, choose Chinese wisteria (Wisteria sinensis). Chinese wisteria grows quickly, reaching a length of up to 50 feet.

      Many varieties of jasmine, like swamp jasmine (Gelsemium rankinii), grow quickly in sun or shade, and produce fragrant flowers.

    Ground Cover

    Varying Bloom Times

    • Black-eyed Susan flowers are a great addition to a cutting garden.black eyed susan image by sharon from Fotolia.com

      Flowering perennial plants can have varying bloom times. Bergenia (Bergenia cordifolia), which can reach up to 1 foot tall and prefers part shade, produces white or pink blooms in late spring. For late spring to early summer color, choose black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia fulgida). This daisy-like yellow-orange flower with a brown center grows 2 to 3 feet tall in full sun. Chrysanthemum (Dendranthema hybrids) blooms in full sun in late summer into fall on plants 1 to 3 feet tall. Bloom colors fall include deep red, violet, pink, yellow, white or orange.

    Background Color

    • Tall ornamental grasses can add movement to your landscape.very beautiful ornamental vegetation image by JoLin from Fotolia.com

      Plants such as ferns or ornamental grass can provide a backdrop for other plants or make a statement on their own, grouped in the landscape or grown in containers. Ferns prefer shaded areas. For height in the garden, try ostrich fern (Matteuccia struthiopteris), which can grow 4 to 7 feet tall. Japanese painted fern (Athyrium niponicum var. pictum) grows 12 to 18 inches tall. Fountain grass (Pennisetum alopecuroides) adds movement to the landscape with feathery cream to pinkish blooms atop 1 to 5 foot blades of sturdy grass.

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