Perennials Recommended for Sun
in the South
Photos are listed in alphabetical order by scientific name. The common names are listed here in order of appearance.
Yarrow, Anise Hyssop, Arkansas Blue Star, Blue Star, Texas Firecracker, Powis Castle Artemisia, Butterfly Weed, Swamp Milkweed, Heath Aster, Smooth Aster, New England Aster, Aromatic Aster, Tartarian Aster, False Wild Indigo, White Boltonia, Wine Cups or Poppy Mallow, Canna Lily, Leadwort, Turtlehead, Shasta Daisy, Mouse Ear Coreopsis, Tickseed, Threadleaf Coreopsis, Crinium Lily, Hardy Ice Plant, Cheddar Pink Dianthus, Hummingbird Plant, Purple Coneflower, Joe Pye Weed, Blanket Flower, Gaura, Bloody Cranesbill, Gerber Daisy, Mexican Firebush, Hardy Ginger Lily, Swamp Sunflower, Lemon Queen Perennial Sunflower, False Sunflower, Daylily, False Red Aloe, Swamp Rose Mallow Hardy Hibiscus, Texas Star Hibiscus, Confederate Rose Hibiscus, St. Joseph's Lily or Hardy Amaryllis, Evergreen Candytuft, Japanese Iris, Bearded Iris, Siberian Iris, Japanese Aster, Red Hot Poker, Seashore Mallow, Lavendar Swirl Lantana, Fantasy Lantana, Lantana Hybrids, Asiatic and Oriental Lilies, Cardinal Flower, Turk's Cap, Patrinia, Russian Sage, Garden Phlox, Moss Pinks or Thrift, Orange Coneflower or Rudbeckia, Green Headed Coneflower or Rudbeckia, Dwarf Mexican Petunia, Autumn Sage, Hot Lips Sage, Anise Sage, Mexican Bush Sage, Indigo Spires Sage, Pincushion Flower, Sedum hybrids, Stonecrops or Sedum reflexum, White Stonecrop, Chinese Sedum, Hen and Chicks, Purple Heart, Fireworks Goldenrod, Lamb's Ear, Stokes Aster, Carolina Lupine, Verbena, Creeping Veronica, Speedwell, Rain Lily