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Perennials are plants that come back year after year, and flower and produce seeds multiple times during their lifetime. From Daffodils and Tulips to Dahlia, Geum, Delphinium and Peonies, our range of perennial plants provides options for all gardens, so you can find the perfect addition to your outdoor space.

Flowering perennials are known for their long lifespan and are great if you want to do some early Autumn planting, especially perennial border plants. The best perennials for summer are Aster, Alstroemeria and Echinacea. Visit our blog on the best late summer perennials for an in-depth look into all three of these garden perennials.

If you're looking for perennials that don't die back completely in the winter, opt for some of our evergreen perennials, also called foliage perennials. These keep their leaves all year round like Heuchera, Euphorbia and Helleborus.

If you're looking to create a colourful display, buy our perennial plants and flowers in blue, yellow, white, red, orange and pink. We also offer perennials that require different planting positions like full sun, part shade or full shade. The endless options at Homebase guarantee that you will find the best garden perennial plants.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a perennial plant?

A perennial plant is a type of flowering plant that lives for more than two years. These plants typically flower during specific seasons, adding colour and beauty to your garden.

Are Dahlias perennials?

Yes, dahlias are perennial, tuberous-rooted plants that are known for their diverse flowers. Dahlias come in a range of colours and sizes, making them popular choices for gardens and borders.

Are Begonias perennials?

Begonias can be either annuals or perennials, depending on the type. Tuberous begonias are typically considered perennials. In colder regions, their tubers can be stored in winter and replanted in Spring.

Are Cosmos perennials?

Cosmos atrosanguineus, the chocolate cosmos, is a tender perennial and will return each year if protected from the winter cold.

Are Tulips perennials?

Yes, Tulips are perennials that can naturalise and return each year in colder regions of the UK. In areas with milder climates, they are often treated as annuals, requiring new bulb planting.

Can you plant perennials in February?

In regions with milder winters, where the ground is not frozen, planting perennials in February may be possible. However, in colder climates, it's advisable to wait until the soil thaws. For more information on what to plant during specific times of the year, visit our seasonal guide.