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15 Tall Perennial Flowers You Should Grow For Height In Your Garden
Hardy Hibiscus
Famous for its large, showy flowers in many colors, the hardy hibiscus can grow 3 to 7 feet tall and 2 to 4 feet wide. Despite the name, it has a delicate appearance.
The Texas Cooperative Extension recommends planting this flower in rich, organic soil with neutral pH to facilitate rapid growth. It also requires full sun exposure to grow.
Chimney Bellflower
The Chimney Bellflower is a tall perennial known for its spike-shaped lavender flowers and is self-fertilizing. It can grow up to 5 feet tall and 2 feet wide.
It grows under full sun exposure and in rich, well-draining soil. However, the chimney bellflower does not bloom in the first year and is a short-lived perennial.
Common Foxglove
If you intend to add vertical interest to your garden, you can never go wrong with the common foxglove. It can grow 2 to 6 feet tall and up to 2 feet wide.
This plant blooms in a series of downfacing tubular bell-shaped flowers during the spring and summer. It grows well in full to partial sunlight and in well-drained soil.
This shade-loving perennial grows up to 8 feet tall and 1 foot wide. Monkshood thrives in moist, well-drained soil and blooms into a flower resembling monks with hoods.
Joe Pye Weed
Joe Pye Weed's showy display of colorful clamps of purple, vanilla-scented flowers will light up your garden. It grows 4 to 7 feet tall and 4 to 8 feet wide.
It thrives under full to partial exposure to sunlight in well-drained soil. Joe Pye Weed attracts butterflies, is a fast grower, and often flowers within the first season.