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#62680 Jun 10th, 2007 at 03:06 PM
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I need a list of perennials that are yellow blooming. I want to add some to my back flower bed and can't think of the names.

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yellow four o'clock?


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I'm going to watch this thread-I love yellow flowers-partly because I can't wear yellow and partly because yellow is so cheerful.
Great topic !

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Go here and do a search of yellow with your zone. I like daylilies, coreopsis, gaillardia, mums, sundrops, rudbeckia.
Good luck!

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yellow allium
dayliles
coreopsis
gaillardia yellow queen
yellow coneflower
yarrow
columbine
tulips
daffodils
iris
st john's wort
linaria (butterand eggs)
evening primrose

tht's all i can think of rite now, i think they all survive in canada down to maybe zone 3/4?


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sunflowers
euphorbia
forsythia
gladiola
calendula
marigold
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is the bed sunny, part shade for full shade. And what zone are you in? And when do you want them to bloom spring, Summer, Fall?

Of course for fall there are mums

columbines come in yellow and as long as you didn't plant any other color they should reseed yellow

Japanese Sweetflag ornamental grass

Allium moly Golden Garlic

Baptisia 'Carolina Moonlight' False Indigo

Corylopsis pauciflora Buttercup Winterhazel

Crocosmia 'Columbus' Montbretia

Any of the yellow peony or tree peony.

I'm not real good with annuals vs. perennials so I would definitely verify that before purchasing any of these plants.

Also the mums and columbine don't live very long so that's a consideration too.








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Yellow chrysanthemum always put a warm glow to the flower border.

Alyssum, Lupins. Californian poppy.

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Thanks gals, the reason I needed the list was because I will be calling the order in at a nursery(an hour away) and a neighbour will pick them up for me when she goes for a doctors appointment..


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You're welcome, tamara. Incidentally, I'm not a gal - at least I wasnt the last time I looked!

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I haven't tried them yet. Although I think I have some seeds for them around somewhere.


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i have yellow iris and evening primrose.


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Sorry Starfish.

Thank you guys and gals.

I already have a yellow potentilla planted, it's a soft shade of yellow. Very pretty. I want to add more yellow in.


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Me too-thanking all of you for the ideas and Af for finding this thread for me.


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