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Top Drought Resistant Perennials

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The summer heat can wilt even the hardiest of perennials so we made you a list of the perennials that can stand up to the driest and hottest of summer days and look beautiful doing it!

Photo courtesy of Garden Know How

Yarrow

Achillea Ferny foliage with clusters of tiny, tightly packed flowers.

Coneflower

Echinacea In the Daisy family, native to the North East, come in a wide range of sizes and colors.

Russian Sage

Perovskia Late summer blooming, typically blue with long panicles of flowers.

Tickseed

Coreopsis Daisy like flowers, profuse blooms.

Stonecrop

Sedum Many varieties and species with thick, succulent leaves, tight clumps of tiny flowers.

Blanket Flower

Gaillardia Colorful daisy-like flowers.

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