There is a huge range of perennial plants. And they can be used for a wide variety of planting schemes. Perennial’s work particularly well in beds and borders. Blooms such as lilies, Salvia, cranesbill, peonies, hydrangea, campanula, delphiniums, Alchemilla and Kniphofia (red-hot pokers) are eye catching additions.
Also, there are also evergreen perennials that keep their leaves through the winter months, such as Euphorbia, hellebores and Tiarella.
Perennial plants may set seed, but a common way to propagate them is by dividing established plants or taking cuttings.