Easy-Care Garden Plants

Mar 14, 2019 | Landscape Supply, Uncategorized


You’d like to have a fabulous-looking garden, but you just don’t have the time to tend to your plants on a regular basis. What you need are some hardy, good-looking garden plants that can basically take care of themselves. Check out our list of easy-care garden plants that you’ll love having in your flowerbeds.


Poppies have beautiful, bright blooms, and they’re surprisingly
resilient. All they need is lots of sun exposure and some minimal watering
during dry spells.


Hostas aren’t just popular for their looks; they’re also a
favorite because of their rugged nature. Their beautiful dual-toned leaves make
a fantastic addition to any flowerbed, and you won’t need to tend to them at
all; they can make it even in dry, shady soil.


Yarrow grows naturally in fields, spreading sunny blooms
atop long stems. If you need some height in your flowerbeds, try these hardy flowers.
They can handle fairly extreme heat and long periods of drought.


A lovely ornamental grass, switchgrass is perfect for adding
texture and dimension to flowerbeds. It’s typically greenish-blue in the summer
and red or golden during autumn. All it needs to thrive is an ample daily dose
of sunlight.


With their multilayered, richly colored blooms, peonies are
in high demand with gardeners and florists alike. Surprisingly, these beautiful
plants don’t need much care. They can grow in many different climates, and they
live for decades.


Deer-resistant, sweet-smelling, and attractive, lavender is
another popular choice for gardeners who don’t have much time to spare. You can
fill an entire bed with it, line walkways with it, or use it as a complement to
other plants.


Snapdragons thrive in either warm or cool climates. They
also bloom for a relatively long time, and their narrow, dual-toned leaves are
particularly pretty.

Black-Eyed Susans

Bold, bright, and self-seeding, black-eyed Susans turn any
flowerbed into a statement piece. These tough plants bloom in the late summer
and early fall.

Bulb Flowers

Plant your daffodil or tulip bulbs once, in the fall, and
you won’t have to do a thing to them again. They’ll keep showing up every year,
brightening your flowerbeds with stunning blooms. The one recommended bit of
care they’ll need is a quick snip of any wilted, brown leaves.

Hydrangeas, sedum, asters, boxwood, daylilies, and hardy
geraniums also require minimal maintenance beyond judicious placement in your
flowerbeds. For more suggestions on hardy, easy-care garden plants, contact Kurtz Bros., Our landscaping
experts will be happy to answer your questions and direct you to varieties that
suit your aesthetic needs as well as your busy schedule.

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Matt Malone, Vice President Operations
Matt Malone
Matt is an accomplished business professional with over three decades of experience in the green industry. As a graduate of the University of Toledo with a Bachelors of Business Administration, he has put his extensive education and training to work in his nearly 15 years with Kurtz Bros., where he currently serves as Vice President of Operations.

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