Here's a list of our 10 favorite abundant blooming plants...
This robust variety that loves well drained fresh soils is ideally suited to sunny exposure or partial shade such as on a slope or the foot of a well-positioned home.
The Gaura Lindheimeri produces many sparsely branched shoots with an abundance of small white flowers from May until early fall.
This undemanding plant has a remarkable golden yellow bloom that lasts all summer and even into October, especially if faded flowers are cut.
Leucanthemum Banana Cream
This is a perennial with dark green foliage. Blooming first in a lemon yellow color, the flowers then take a light yellow shade. A second row of petals gives the illusion of a double flower. Prolific bloomer. Blooming can last until October if the beginning of autumn is mild.
Scabiosa columbaria 'Butterfly Blue'
The blooming of this beautiful flowerbed plant is only interrupted by the effect of winter! As a perennial, it is a prolific bloomer from April to October, and even gives some blue flowers in winter.
Geranium 'johnson's blue'
Prolific light blue bloomer variety. Beautiful colorful foliage in fall. Original.
Throughout the summer, long flower stalks rise from the tuft. Often bi-color and always colorful, they evoke flaming torches.
The pure white/pink flowering beginning in late summer and lasting until frost, shines through flower beds, borders and bouquets.
This is a spread, tufted perennial. Flower heads range from pale blue to pale pink and white. Blooming occurs from September to October.
Geum 'Blazing Sunset'
Perennials with very large scarlet-colored double flowers, long-lasting bloom. Exposure to sunlight. Light, poor, dry to moderately moist soil. Cut flowers.