25 Flowers That Bloom All Year Round | EverGreen Landscapes

Updated: Nov 16

Flowers That Look Great All Year Round

Even if you don't have a green thumb, these 25 perennial flowers will look great on your home/office all year round. Here's a list to get you started!

Flowers bring a splash of color and freshness to any room or outdoor space. A vase of flowers on the kitchen table can brighten up even the dreariest day, while a cluster of blooms in your living room will add warmth and cheer.

However, not all flowers are created equal; some look great all year round while others only last for a few days before they begin to droop and wilt. Knowing which ones work best with our climate and which ones have more extended staying power is essential when choosing flowers to keep around your property.

If you want flowers that bloom all year round, try these fantastic options:

  • Sweet Pea

Despite their delicate appearance, sweet peas are actually pretty hardy plants. They come in a variety of shades and will bloom year after year once they have been planted.

The beautiful blossoms begin to appear in early summer, with multiple blooms opening up each day all the way up until late autumn! Many gardeners choose to plant them in brightly colored pots so that they can be moved around the garden whenever the mood takes them!

  • Sunflower

The bright yellow blooms of a sunflower are one of the most iconic images in North America during the summer months! However, did you know that these amazing flowers also come in other colors, including orange and red? Some petals are even speckled or striped!

Unlike other flowers, sunflowers grow year after year once they have been planted. They are extremely easy to care for and will bring a splash of sunshine to your lawn all summer long!

  • Lupin

These beautiful blue daisies are loved all over the world! They are able to survive even the harshest winters due to their thick, furry coats. However, they also come in other colors, including lilac and purple hues.

These stunning flowers have been known to last even when they have been cut from the plant. They can be kept in a vase of water and brought indoors or placed on a bright windowsill with either south, southwest, or west-facing view.

  • Calibrachoa

Otherwise known as "million bells," Calibrachoa is a type of flowering plant that looks great all year round! The small, trumpet-shaped flowers make an excellent addition to any garden and come in various colors.

They also have the added benefit of being extremely easy to care for. Calibrachoas require full sun during the summer months but will do well once the weather gets colder if placed in a partially shaded area.

Another great thing about these flowers is that they often come in stunning colors such as pink and red, meaning that you can cut them and place them in your home for an even longer period of time!

  • Stock

One of the most common flowers used to decorate homes and gardens across North America is Stock. These small, blue-purple flowers are members of the carnation family and come in a variety of colors, including pink and white.

The blooms last for an extremely long time once they have been cut! They can be placed in a vase of water and brought indoors to enjoy, or placed in a partially shaded area so that they can be enjoyed outdoors.

  • Sweet Alyssum

Stunningly pretty sweet alyssum is one of the best flowers to plant if you want something that will last throughout the entire year! They come in white, pink, purple, and lavender hues.

These gorgeous flowers are often used as ground cover due to their low-growing nature. They thrive in partially shaded areas of the garden, which will allow them to grow well over the summer months. However, they can also handle colder temperatures, which makes them perfect for winter planting!

  • Portulaca

Perhaps better known as "moss rose," Portulaca is another flower that looks spectacular all year round! They come in a variety of colors, including sunny orange hues all the way up to pink and lavender shades.

These beautiful flowers are popular choices for planting on balconies or on patios where they can be enjoyed directly from your living space! They are easy to care for but do require full sun to grow well.

  • Begonia

Although they have been around for centuries, begonia flowers are still trendy choices for gardeners everywhere to this day! In addition to coming in a wide variety of colors, these flowers also come in different shapes and sizes.

As many gardeners already know, begonias can be extremely hardy flowers. They come in both perennials and annual varieties - meaning that the ones planted each spring will produce new blooms year after year!

The key to keeping these stunning flowers looking great all summer long is to plant them in areas with partial shade. If you find that you need to move them after the summer has come and gone, begonia flowers will be able to handle cooler temperatures as well!

  • Verbena

Another perfect flower for spring and summer gardens is the verbena. These eye-catching blooms can come in various colors, such as purple, pink, and white.

Verbena flowers are quite popular among gardeners due to their extremely low maintenance and how easy it is to care for them! They only require partial sun to grow well, so they are perfect for any gardener who would like to add a splash of color but without the need to give them too much attention.

  • Rudbeckia or Coneflower or Black-Eyed Susan

One of the most popular flowers for summer gardens, Rudbeckia grows exceptionally well in hot and humid climates. They come in a variety of colors, such as orange, yellow, and gold.

These gorgeous blooms not only look great during the spring and summer months, but they thrive in colder temperatures as well! They will withstand even the harshest winter chill and will continue to grow each spring.

  • Geranium

Another popular flower that works well for both summer and autumn gardens is the geranium. These flowers come in a variety of different colors, such as pink, purple, and red.

Perhaps the biggest perk to planting geraniums in your garden is that they can thrive with very little attention! Even if you forget about them for weeks at a time, these flowers will still come back each year looking better than ever.

They thrive in warmer climates during the summer but can also handle colder temperatures when fall rolls around. Due to this, geraniums are a popular choice among gardeners who would like to use them as a border around their homes. To survive winter, Geraniums are best kept indoors.

  • Petunia

If you're looking for a flower that will not only thrive throughout the summer months but also during the fall and winter as well, petunias are an excellent choice! These flowers come in a variety of colors, including red, pink, yellow, and purple.

One of the best things about petunias is that they are extremely easy to care for! They require full sun to grow well but only need minimal attention to thrive throughout the summer months.

If you want to keep your flowers looking fresh during the winter months, petunias are the way to go. They will be able to withstand even the harshest winter chill and will continue to bloom all year long!

  • Gladiolus

Although they may look very similar to tulips when in full bloom, gladioluses can come in a variety of colors, including white, yellow, pink, and red.

These flowers are effortless to care for - so much so that they are sometimes known as the "weed of the flower world!" They require full sun to grow but will still produce beautiful blooms even if you forget about them for weeks at a time.

If you want to add color all year long without having to tend to a garden full of flowers, gladioluses are a great choice. They will survive in both warm and cold weather, making them perfect for any time of year!

  • Zinnia

Extremely popular with gardeners who want to add color all summer long, the zinnia flower blooms from