Your Fort Worth Area Nurseries for Perennial Plants
Perennials not only offer you long-lasting beauty that you can appreciate year after year, but their purpose is to feed the pollinators that keep your garden thriving! Premier Nursery provides a huge selection of stunning perennials that keeps bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds a staple in your garden.
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Blackeyed Susan: (Rudbeckia fulgida)
As a long-blooming perennial, blackeyed susans possess daisy-like blooms in bright yellow with dark centers. The average height is 2 feet tall and wide. Blackeyed susans bloom from June through September and do well in full sun to part shade.
Penta Plants (Pentas lanceolata)
Penta plants are an easy way to ensure you have summer-long color in your garden and yard! Additionally, penta plants are a wonderful way to attract birds, butterflies, and bees to your yard. Ranging in all kinds of colors like, pink, red, or white, and sometimes purple or lavender, pentas can get up to 6 feet tall and 3 feet wide, depending on the variety.Shop Now!
Lantana: (Lantana camara)
Lantana is certainly a beautiful show of perennial color that will grace your garden year after year. Although lantana are native to the tropical regions of the Americas and Africa, lantana has easily become a global favorite in many regions where plants may otherwise be hard to grow. Lantana is very tolerant of poor soil and is drought-tolerant, hence its popularity, especially in Texas!Shop Now!
Autumn Sage: (Salvia greggii)
As a native Texas perennial, autumn sage blooms from spring through fall. This beautiful perennial attracts bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds – perfect for the pollinator garden! They are drought-tolerant, grow best in full sunlight, and can grow up to three feet tall. The blooms are mainly pink, white, red, and purple.
Coneflowers, also known as echinacea, are a native Texas perennial that blooms from spring through fall. These enchanting flowers attract bees & butterflies. They bloom in many colors, including pink, white, purple, and orange. The average height 2-3 feet tall and 1-2 feet wide. Coneflowers grow best in full sun.
Carolina Jasmine, or Carolina Jessamine, (Gelsemium sempervirens) is ideal for winter and spring blooming. Carolina Jasmine is a sweet-scented climbing vine that begins to bloom in January through the spring season. This gentle vine is perfectly trellised in a container or in the ground near a porch or patio.
Another Texas native perennial, columbine blooms March through May. The most common color is yellow, but these diverse perennials are also available in many other colors. The average height is 2-3 feet tall and wide. Columbine grows best in full sun to light shade.
Coreopsis: (Coreopsis grandiflora)
This deer and drought-resistant native Texas perennial blooms April through summer and comes in many variations of yellow & orange. The average height is 10-12 inches tall, and it grows best in full sun to part shade.
Mexican Petunia: (Ruellia brittonia)
This charming perennial blooms purple, pink and white from late spring till frost. The average height is less than 1 foot. Ruellia brittoniana is deer resistant and drought tolerant, attracts bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds, and does well in full sun to part shade.
Purple Heart Jew: (Tradescantia pallida)
This perennial groundcover with purple foliage and pink blooms flowers throughout the growing season. The average height is 12-18 inches tall and wide and does best in sun to part shade.
Esperanza: (Tacoma stans)
Native to southwest Texas, esperanza showcases bright yellow trumpet-shaped blooms from late spring through summer. The average height 4 feet tall and 3 feet wide, and it does best in full sun.
Perennial dianthus: (Dianthus chinensis)
Perennial dianthus is a semi-evergreen perennial available in many colors, including pink, red and white. The average height up to 1 foot tall and wide and does well in full sun to part shade.
Heuchera: (Heuchera sanguinea)
Heuchera is available in many different leaf colors, a low-growing perennial with small tube-like flowers in shades of red, pink, and white. Heuchera blooms from spring through early fall, has an average height of 18-24 inches tall and wide, and is very disease and insect-resistant. This perennial does best in well-drained soil with part sun to shade.