12 Southern Plants Your Garden Needs This Summer


April the 20th has become known as a holiday for celebrating certain extracurricular activities, which often overshadow the fact that 4/20 is Earth Day. It is a time to slow down and try to make the world a greener, cleaner place and one of the best ways to do that is in your own garden. By adding a few plants, you can add color, shade, variety, and excitement in your yard while helping the environment.

All of the following plants are perennials, meaning they come back year after year. Annual plants, on the other hand, will only last one season. There is nothing quite like seeing a plant grow over time – to see your work influence your garden for years. So let’s get started!