10 best plants that grow back every year

Hostas:

Known for their lush foliage, hostas are shade-loving perennials that come in a variety of sizes and leaf colors.

Daylilies:

These hardy perennials produce vibrant flowers in a range of colors and are known for their resilience and ease of care.

Peonies:

Peonies are beloved for their large, fragrant blooms that come in shades of pink, white, and red, and they can live for decades with proper care.

Sedum:

Also known as stonecrop, sedum is a drought-tolerant perennial that produces clusters of star-shaped flowers in late summer and fall.

Susans:

These cheerful flowers are easy to grow and attract pollinators like bees and butterflies to the garden.

Coneflowers:

Coneflowers are not only beautiful but also have medicinal properties, and they attract pollinators to the garden.

Astilbe:

Known for their feathery plumes of flowers, astilbes are shade-loving perennials that add texture and color to the garden.

Russian Sage:

With its silvery foliage and tall spikes of lavender-blue flowers, Russian sage adds a touch of elegance to the garden.

Bee Balm:

Bee balm, also known as bergamot, is a native plant that attracts bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds with its vibrant flowers.

Lavender:

Known for its fragrant flowers and aromatic foliage, lavender is a drought-tolerant perennial that thrives in sunny locations.

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