Have you ever waited with anticipation for a plant to flower only to be disappointed with how quickly it fades? If you want to keep the color going without investing in annuals each year, add a few reblooming plants to the garden. Besides having lots of flowers to turn heads and add to bouquets, reblooming plants offer pollinators a helping hand by providing a consistent food supply. That’s especially important for migrating butterflies and hummingbirds late in the season. The mix of perennials and shrubs here are some of the best, and you can count on them to keep reblooming year after year.
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Deadhead your reblooming plants
Reblooming plants often keep going on their own, but with deadheading, they’ll look better and produce additional flowers more quickly. There are different methods for deadheading based on the way the flowers grow. Check out the plants below and learn the best deadheading technique for each. Now scroll on for a few plants you can count on to keep your garden filled with color from spring to frost!