Updated: Dec 18, 2022
We know what you're thinking: "Only five?!"
I had to limit it somewhere, and man, was it tough to narrow down.
As a regenerative farm, perennials are a major staple in our crop plan. Perennials require minimal soil disturbance and labor each season. Though some need to be divided every 3-5 years, they are a great, low-maintenance option for getting reliable blooms every year. Bonus: Some perennials bloom between cool and warm-season annuals making it perfect to fill that May/June gap.
If you are looking to start a perennial cutting garden of your own, then here are the top five perennials Chris and I would recommend: