Thanks for your list. If you still have Japanese lantern, send some my way. I warn COMPLETE strangers about mint when they are looking at them at the plant stores! Some folks are restricted to rock gardens. Now violets are all over. They've only had a few months to get established so if I made a rookie mistake planting mint I'd like to nip it in the bud ;) Crocosmia Spreads like fire and stinks too!! I love, love, love my daylilies. Condo board gave me warnings even though I explained that I was following the previous rules to get rid of comfrey. Yes, I agree. Growing zones are usually displayed on plant packages, seed packets, tags, and seed packets to assist your buying decisions. Pretty, but hard to get rid of. Many of us in the desert portions of the US have dirt with a huge percentage of rock from pebble size to basketball size. Beautiful except for the evermultiplying shoots that come from the base. I think people put them there so they don't have to mow the road side and they choke out anything else that may grow too tall by the highway. You are absolutely right, the title is click bait-y, but that is part of my job as a blogger. Intermediate and advanced gardeners are also better able to stay on top of plants with a spreading habit, whereas beginners might not know what they're getting themselves into. But if you just have to divide them to control, then I feel they are an asset. I found the article very misleading, where you live often determines what is invasive and what is not. It’s a lively exchange between gardeners.She warmly agrees that the plants she finds invasive might not seem that way to others. Love lily of the valley and the spiderwort, but they were taking over. wow- you sure hate most perennials- all of which I LOVE. Funny how some things can be so pretty until you look under the pretty! I also have a yard that is overrun with ferns, lady of the valley and bellflower that I have been picking non-stop for three years, so it does make me a bit more salty. Creeping thyme...looks pretty at first but seeds itself everywhere and takes over. You'll want to avoid these invasive perennials in order to keep your beautiful backyard flower bed low maintenance. Does any one have other ideas for control? Early on in those years, I planted spiderworts, hollyhocks, lily of the valley, bee balm, and others, but the absolute worst one was snow on the mountain. Ha! 50 More Perennials You’ll Regret Planting. Gardening here is a constant search for "what plant refuses to die" and it's mostly an exercise in futility. Do you know what kind of soil you have? It takes over the garden, lawn, and woods out back. Maybe that’s because I have clay soil and also because I cut all the fern fronds off - right down to the ground every year in mid February or early March. Your blog is very nice. I really enjoyed this article & I'm glad I found it! The loveliest (and lowest maintenance) garden I ever had included almost all of them, all competing with one another under a grove of young walnut trees. Best thing to control chives, in addition to container planting, remove ALL the pretty purple flowers before they go to seed. I guess I will lay down a good soak of vinegar (the ground is already acidic, being in a pine forest) and then a thick layer of newspapers and can get pinewood chips from the fire dept from their free chipper program. I am trying to get an idea of wtf we are!!!!! That is just one example. In fact the worse I treat it the more it thrives! What do you think is the most inexpenive, fast growing/spreading plant? I just don't know what it's called. These "Perennials" found new homes and we will be celebrating our Canada Day 150th Birthday! It's pretty, but it roots DEEP quickly and spreads wide in any soil without additional water in our drought. avoid and the reasons why: Not all perennials are bad everywhere, so make sure you know Perinatal beds are great when you get them timed right. Thank you for your insight!! What varieties of day lilies do you grow? Yet I see people buying pots of it at plant sales who say they use it where they can't get grass to grow and haven't had an issue. If nothing grows there, I would actually suggest trying some of these invasive plants. A very hoity toity landscaping firm planted it my front garden bed as a “flowering plant.” It pretty quickly became a bush, then a very unruly, woody shrub.. it is too big, with its unattractive, twisty woody parts, for the front of the garden. Pretty accurate. It gives "bad" animals a place to hide. And it’s in my garden beds so it would have to all be killed in the spring, when it’s pouring outside. You can't rake them as it just unearths more. Thank you for your kind and informative comment. Also have Peonies in containers. I planted a Kimberly Queen fern in a flower bed and it has been quite a chore digging it up. ), ferns, raspberries, etc to go wild. for that. I'd welcome some input! If you have a large yard and need something that is low maintenance and fast growing in the sunshine, this may be the plant for you. Thanks so much for reading! Campanula! However, it is a highly invasive plant that will end up taking over your garden. In one example in 5 years! I've lost track of how many plants I've accidentally scorched cause the tag says full sun, but the poor plant can't handle it here. Just found your site, I look forward to having a good look around! I prefer things here that grow up and keep the ground clear. I guess it just depends on where you live! over there, or there, nor in that container, or that one! It has taken 10 years, but now that the tree can grow, eventually the dead ivy will break off in pieces. I live in a totally different zone, so have local unique problems. Please do not plant Scotch Broom! I will definitely share them with my readers. 85 year-old house. It will have to have a trim soon! Toss a handful or two of organic matter into the hole. I dry a lot of my mints and herbs and use them in foods and they last into winter. Where do you live? Not possible to get rid of it. favorite/least favorite return! Same with the Violets. And kindness. Oh, my aching back! It's a beautiful hot mess. Someone said it might bring raccoons around and if that happened they would get my koi in the fish pond. Sweet, pearl-like color, massive blooms, blooms for weeks, nice foliage. Now I can’t get under there to pull it all out because my bushes are all leafed out and blooming. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Next thing I knew it was growing next to my pool. I Love gardening. Luckily we could pull the vines from the trees, chopped everything to soil level, pulled most of what we could see then covered everything with 2 layers of cardboard and covered in bark chips! Everywhere. If you really want to know which ones are invasive, check your DNR state website for an official list of plants to control. Perennial plants can give your garden the gift of resurrection. Thank you. Another NO is bamboo!! After approximately 15 years I am still fighting Crown Vetch, horrible, horrible plant. Choose a cool, cloudy, or damp day to plant, or plant in late afternoon. There are probably others, but those two top my most hated list. Avoid it! I tried for several years to get it established before the cats pulled it up and rolled in it. Just have a separate space for these. It's a weed for sure, Plantnet and garden answers are that I use. Good to know about the clover-as-lawn option. I have zero dirt to plant anything in so I have to have everything in pots. You just can’t get up that high... What you are left with is dead ivy all the way up into the tree tops. We do not want this evil plant to spread along creeks and rivers, it will be Pampas grass all over again! I'm in zone 8a, and our yearly temperatures can range between 14 and 114 degrees Fahrenheit. Perennials I know I can’t dig that much that fast and my landscaper refuses to do it. From 1 plant. I immediately asked management if I could plant a garden as I was use to having a pretty garden at my hone. They are contained to one area. And graciousness. I can't get rid of them. The little nursery pot looks harmless, but it is super super invasive. So s you say to each his own. Prior owners put it in and it was 50 feet across the abutting s hool yard when I moved in. I moved into a home over a year ago... whoever was here before me stuck plants in any free space they could find... and a lot of them spread..... so, no it hasn’t been fun for someone whose not a Sweet Young thing, who has a bad back and other pain issues to try to get my yard under control.... garden on folks!!!!! to support the Morning Glory that I didn't plant. Tansy. See how you can maintain Harmony in the unique conditions you live in....how to make your " Weeds " work for you. They complement the hostas in my shady woodland garden and the ones I have don’t seem too aggressive. When we purchased this place last year I was excited to see them out there. That goes for many trees too. Loved your post and I learned a lot!! Plant the crepe myrtle at the same height it was growing it and "build" a water retaining ring of dirt to help hold the … She planted 10 shoots. I never regretted planting any of these plants. English Ivy. It sounds like the mint is in a confined area, so it should be okay. I'm on a very limited budget, too. & it's low growing. I was reading & thinking....this must be an article for non-gardeners. Three years later there might be six bunches left if I even see a baby start I pull it right away! Oh, and the butterflies that feed on my morning glories that climb my chicken pen are such a pleasure to watch. They are beautiful but a small 4-5 planting this summer soon becomes 20-25 the next and then you've blinked and that 3rd year they are ALL over the place. Please do research on what works on your area. They still need dividing every few years, though, and you can run out of places to put them or people to give them to. I would add a caution for Black Eyed Susan/Rudbeckia. I'm so glad you found it helpful! I was shocked. Where I planted them they are perfect, where they have jumped Not So Much. Tried saving its seeds and planting, but they wouldn't come up. In my butterfly bushes, my lilies. My yarrow & daisies behave nicely, but my raspberries are out of control! Bought some Becky Daisies from an online nursery which bloom all summer long for me, and wanted more of them. Time to grow your perennial plants. I'm from México. Really!!! I had originally planted it because it looked leafy & healthy. You're right, I can't grow it in zone 3. But in winter, you’ll have more success buying it at the grocery store. Bookmarked. So many plants that are not native to north America have pushed out native plants to our detriment. Virginia Creeper I have to admit is horrible. Courtesy of my bird seed feeder. Hello Kristen and global friends: Thank you for sharing these information with us and I totally agree with you since these certain "Perennials" can take so much space in your garden. Most of Saskatchewan is zone 3A or 3B. Buy or make your own non sprouting bird seed. struggled with over the years. I totally agree! LOL! Hi Jessica, I'm sorry you feel that way. I dug them out. In addition to this I have tomato pants, herbs, lettuce and greens all growing in their own pots and arranged very nicely on my patio. What if you have a hundred plants and more are added each year? They would come up and bloom just as the bleeding hearts would cascade over them. Hopefully you'll be able to give some of these a try and they will work for your growing situation. I happen to be one of those who like invaders. I tried to put disclaimers on it, and if you've read the comments, there are many people who disagree with what I've written, to which I've often replied--if you love it, plant it. Sometimes I see a 4" rock that I can't unbury because what I am seeing is only 10% of its actually size. My nightmare is Morning Glories, they choke my other plants. And that what is a perennial I have about 20 different varieties and they bloom for nearly a month. There are many other plants you can plant that are equally as good for pollinators. I'll be sure to share that with my gardening group. Please include morning glories. Used underneath flowering shrubs or specimen plants, they can be quite lovely and reduce the need for weeding and mulching. Note: Kristen, read the sentences you wrote about affiliate links. What are invasive perennials? Will spread them all over to cover the newspaper. And digging can just spread it anyways. I just yank them. But it creates such a dense cover in the spring when the other weeds sprout that it kills them out. I mean, I grow them, but the foliage does take up a lot of space, the bloom colors seem washed out and don’t last long. Vinca is considered an invasive here in CA. We are in zone 8 in California and our worst nightmares are Rose of Sharon....seedlings spreading like wildfires, bamboo, morning glories, celosia, mint, and newest is palm trees from seeds of the palm trees in our neighbor's yard. Also, if you have anything growing in driveway cracks or such, pour over them a very warm mixture of 10 parts water to 1 part bleach. Oh no! I personally love a wild garden that produces all summer long. Sadly I have a terrible problem with daylillies. However, some perennials are a little too good at their job and can quickly take over your flowerbed and crawl into your lawn. For heavens sake never plant the camelion plant in the grown. Hello Kristen I find them attractive even when they are not in bloom. I've gotten so many other excellent suggestions that I'll definitely be making a follow up post. As stated, up to 80' up the trees, huge roots, difficult if not impossible to get rid of. This person MUST know some From what I have seen in my neighborhood (I live in a tall pine forest in the sierra nevadas of northern california) grass doesnt do well at all, mosses do do pretty well though.......and those ferns talked about. Mine is like a tree now. Why so many negative comments on this post? I love growing a garden & it's hard to find perinneals that can stand our long cold winters so I would love to see how they do ... this, I'm going to try growing morning glories in a hanging planter ... if you want my mailing address, email me at. They're a biennial so takes 2 years to bloom. This blogger was not “influencing “ anyone. When I originally wrote this post, I wanted to include it but didn't know what it's name was. I'm in Michigan, zone 6a. Tennessee as well. I am a beginner at gardening and just planted a bunch of flowers in my front flower beds. I love its evergreen shiny leaves and the purple blooms in spring are a delight. With its high nectar content and tubular flowers, these plants are also magnets for … 4 thoughts on “Gorgeous Perennial Flowers You’ll Love To Plant” Hillary. . Then it got a head start and now is all over, BUT I tolerate it because when the cats role around in it they do not get fleas and ticks. I do hope the beginning gardeners reading this post will at least try growing a rose or two. They coordinate well with a centerpiece blue birdbath, which also helps draw in feathered visitors. What to grow that flowers and is hardy but well behaved. Those are my pains in the garden. 50 years later it is the ivy that ate the forest. Note that these plants tend to be sun-lovers, so prepare a spot in an open area of good soil, and take good care of them so they can do their best for you. It's awful!!!! Tansy was the worst and has invaded my lawn. Despite their invasiveness, they still have either beautiful flowers or leaf texture/structure or can be important sources of pollen for bees. Oh good! That is a long time to not maintain an area. 50 More Perennials You’ll Regret Planting. I always wanted drifts of Alaska daisies I finally got my dream that after growing them from seed lovingly caring for them watched them in just A few years take over my yard and my life with dead heading thousands of bunches that just seemed to appear over night one Spring wouldn't you know it was at the same time I had major surgery and medical problems going on so all I could do is enjoy the beauty of my dream! Clematis. I live in a zone 3 area, we can't grow them. Anenomes are my enemy!!! Been trying to pull them up by roots...took 4 years and then it rained/snowed so much this past year all the area i had cleared (about 3/4 of the front yard) grew back! Neighbor gave me a few plants three years ago. Ha! At our house it's ferns (currently I've removed 118 this year alone) and bell flowers. Ferns, on the other hand, spread via spores but they do so most sparingly. Just thinking outloud. Note snails and slugs love daisies! But we did hatch several caterpillars/butterflies from eggs. Over watering kills off my mint and daisy. Unfreakingbelievable!!! I've dug it up used 25 different plant killers and it still won't die. Thank you for Perennials You Will Regret Planing. My personal love/hate relationship? I'd also like to mention Delphiniums. While I loved many of those plants, after a while they took over and I eventually got rid of most of them. The only thing really thriving is cannas....even the ferns I planted refused to grow. It’s a beautiful coral color, and the Hummingbirds love it. I have bittersweet nightshade vine EVERYWHERE in my yard. After I pull up as much as I can. Dig a planting hole that’s slightly deeper than the pot the plant is in and twice as wide. For instance, you’ll At one time had them all over my yard. Judy C. I find it rather sad that so many of the plants listed, really attract the pollinators. Has worked wonders for me! I planted my vegetable garden with carrots, beets, other stuff and the Japanese beetles left everything totally alone because I cast in yarrow and tansy. Mint, oh my god the mint! Hmm. Birds do not like anything at the bottom of the feeder, not even flowers. This plant should be banned from cultivation everywhere. Oh yes, and unlike one of your readers, I love black eyed Susan’s and highly recommend this cheerful garden perennial. Preemergents is brilliant! now should I remove mine or not this year? The DEVIL is a plant called Chamelion Plant. Learned to that when still in my home). It is possible for them to reseed themselves. I keep most of the daisies on the south side which is separate from my other beds by quite a bit. I would plant them in a heartbeat!!! Didn't know they spread. Most of these plants are plants I love and have in my yard. Vinca vine loves to grow under evergreens at least in Minnesota. :). LOL Only the virginia creeper ever got out of hand, and that wasn't until a well-meaning neighbour mowed the blackberry patch it was competing with. Most of our trees have lost the dead ivy up about 40 feet. The "promiscuous plants" here are rabbit bush, artemesia, bindweed, puncture vine and salsify. It's a mother all right. a succulent in your waterlogged rain When I originally wrote this I never dreamed it would make it past my small circle of readers in zone 3a. Last year we took the last few bits, soaked everything in vinager & laid down thick pieces of cardboard, rug and plywood with rocks on top. All you can do is keep pulling it up, gatting as much of the runners as you can. Should the bottom be cut out to allow for drainage and to allow for root developement? some of these spread by seeds only, so all you'd have to do is trim off the spent flowers and they won't reproduce. I love the Japanese Painted Fern best. Just cut off any dead limbs from winter kill and watch them flourish. 1 inch left in ground could grow 1 foot in a day. I too love black eyed susans, but found after years of trying to tame them that they simply have to have their own self contained garden. Plant only in containers! Thank you! Despererate about it when looking at my veggies garden. It was sold under the Martha Stewart brand back when she branded everything in the world. I'm so glad you found this post useful. At first I was delighted, and now am in my third year picking each stem out. Don’t Roto till!!! I bought it at Lowe’s about 20 years ago. You probably hate kittens, too. I am growing many mints. Too late. Especially over winter creeper and constantly pulling up bindweed. (In real life or on Facebook). Since then I've learned a lot from everyones comments. I have bookmarked your website, and will acquire additional plants for our garden with great care. I was considering it, but now I’ll stay away from it). Lucky for you that you can mow them. I finally got talked into more expensive bird seed. However, some perennial flowers can easily grow out of control. Thank you for your kind words! The bane of my garden is spiderwort. Thank you in advance. My neighbor planted some kind of beach grass in her back yard. What a beautiful presentation. But, thanks to you, I know more about what to plant where I want lots of color and what to plant in containers. This was a very interesting post. I'm finding them everywhere! Is. serious stuff. And marigolds. I’ve read so many internet message boards trying to find a way to kill it. I have no where to I agree! You still need to deadhead to prevent reseeding. research to avoid issues. Thanks for the excellent tip! It's roots go so deep and When you try to get rid of it it produces lots of suckers!! Probably gout weed, lily of the valley, and bellflowers are your best bet. . Use Pre Emergents on flowers that self seed. I'm new to gardening. We had cats, and I planted one catmint plants. So we put pretty flowering baskets on top & decorative rock ;). I love gardening! Features: Sizable heart shaped leaves, orchid-like flowers and long pods. Neighbors like to receive the ones that even I find out of bounds. Some of these perennials are beautiful and the butterflies and hummers love them; however, a big, however, I do have a few of them but I try to cut to ground before they seed. It's easy to hand pull, but I can think of 1000 things I'd rather do! Every very year i am cursing the day i planted Virginia Creeper. It is the Satan of the plant world. It is low growing, keeps in it's place well, and if it grows a baby someone always wants it for their own yard. I still have no idea what all is in my garden. I think as long as the seeds have dropped so they can re-seed themselves, you should be fine. In upstate NY, we call them orange "ditch lilies" because you find them along the roadside everywhere. Sweet Autumn clematis (with the tiny flowers), wisteria, and morning glories were my other big mistakes. Personally, I think temperature, soil obviously - (I have heavy wet clay most areas or thin soil over bedrock) and a preference to what kind of garden you want, are the major criteria. 11K Shares. ? 50 More Perennials You’ll Regret Planting May 25, 2019 Perennials are a fantastic, low maintenance investment for flower gardeners. I'd love to have rhubarb but no success in east Texas. Ivy is the worst thing to plant near a tree or a building. There are so many plants gardeners later deeply regret planting. Finally said to H*** with it and grabbed the heavy weed-eater. and Virginia Creeper is a weed...and very invasive but Holly Hocks...day lillies.....veronica, lily of the valley, roses ...daisies????? What a gift. I qualify for three of these four. I read somewhere that each day lily blossom only lasts one day. Unless you can eat them faster than they can propagate. I've dug them out so many times now! I would like to add Vinca to your list. I have mint (in containers only. Whil, 50 more perennials you’ll regret planting, Featured Canadian Foodie: Shifting Roots | Food Bloggers of Canada, How to Make Watercolour Decorated Sugar Cookies, White Chocolate Dipped Snowflake Shortbread, Easy to Make Rustic Minimal DIY Christmas Wreath. We now have them everywhere - around the other side of the house, coming up through shrubs, all along the house foundation. I can't believe they actually sell seeds!! The front yard is an eighth of an acre, not huge but more than big enough! Horrible stuff. Appreciate your advice on some of these others (especially Veronica. Maybe it would be helpful to put some mulch underneath the spot? This is my You can’t pull it up, it’s too deep. I envy those of you complain so much. I hope people aren’t influenced against some of these plants, just in order to keep down maintenance in the garden. By far, the worst of these are mint and Chinese Lanterns. Because, CLOVER? No more seedlings under the feeder. The leaves formed a canopy and transpired cool refreshing air. That is a LOOOOONG story!! Gooseneck, spiderwort and those orange day lilies are relentless as is malva. And I heartily agree with the Bugleweed. I don't know what zone I'm in, but I'm near the Capitol of NC. Hate it, hate it, hate it. I was expecting to see Four O'clocks.. My other neighbor has a walnut tree and i now have walnut seedlings popping up everywhere. There's a handful you mentioned that are toughing it out (with shade and irrigation), so I'm going to go shopping for a few on here I haven't tried. The only reason to prune back the perennials if the foliage has a disease and you want to clean them up before next season. Skip the ivy. . ----- Phew, 2 long years later, hubby wanted lawn (yawn) so we put compost on top of decaying bark and sowed grass seed, voila, lovely lawn, and I managed to aquire some of the "land" for a garden for me too! I'm curious, is there any plant that's particularly problematic in Texas? This is the most crazy info I've ever read. I’m in zone 4/5. . I'll take a dozen! Happy gardening! It is quite invasive and has thick finger type suckers that adhere to walls, brick, anything and have to be scraped off. I used to let some wild goldenrod grow because it’s a good late bloomer for pollinators, but it crowded out other plants. What you show as 'fern' is I believe bracken, not a fern at all. They are beautiful but creep into the lawn in no time at all... everywhere.. You're right, they are really bad for that. This article was written to be slightly humorous and for the person who is new to perennial gardening and might not realize how much work it can be. I think if you keep up on trimming them back then they do not take over. I am confident it is on Michigan's invasive list. . Chives are the bane of my life. So far no one has mentioned Ajuga. Perhaps it's the size of the garden (s) that could be a problem. It has over taken one raised flower bed and is now spreading to the one below it. It can become invasive. posting! It sounds like you have Lambs ears. Plant once and have flowers that bloom for years. Such an interesting and attractive flower. I moved to Georgia from Florida and planted morning glories. It is very bright and cheery but definitely needs work to contain. The reality is that too many people are focused on the beauty of the plant and not how it cooperates in its setting. I planted most of those invasive plants and then some (Lamb's Ears, Hops vine , also invasive, and other plants that were given to me over the years). Pin 10K. I'll have to do a follow up post. If you love gardening, you can rejoice in the beautiful flowers all these plants provide you with. Can you imagine how much money and time is wasted mowing bluegrass...........CapCarl, I live in Michigan. I have a few members in my gardening group from there. I have read from others they are low maintenance, and have a very high resistance to diseases. Most of them turn up their toes as soon as summer hits here. TESTIMONY: I planted spearmint in my vegetable/flower bed last year (1st time in new home!) The mint "walked" over the lip to the surrounding ground. Plant what you love, but remember the plant's habits and you will go far and be less frustrated. In the end, you should plant what makes you happy. I wish I could see your garden, it sounds amazing! Its about 3 or 4 years old. You’ll see me demonstrating this in the video. I haven't figured out how to get it out of there. Too opinionated and self important. The Torenia is another that can be -- quite literally -- off the wall. I want to meet the person who plants clover on purpose. It was my first true viral and continues to drive a good chunk of traffic to my site. All I can say is you are my people. It is the bane of my existence!! You're right, there isn't much that will grow under an evergreen tree. As long as you're okay with them taking over, you'll fill up your yard quickly. They look pretty, fill in an otherwise ugly sight and can handle the drainage from heavy rains. They spread like crazy unless contained and need to be divided on a regular basis. It is a tireless bloomer, and the spiky flowers and grassy foliage add definite textural interest to the garden. Brightens up a shady spot, but DONT do it!! It's great to have people share their actual experience. I dug out so much of it last year and it's all back. I live on rural acreage, and need something besides weeds and grass in the fields!! 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