Most gardeners are familiar with classic perennials such as daylilies, peonies, hostas, and iris, but there's a whole host of lesser-known, underused perennials that can add color and interest to your garden. You may have to search for them at your garden center or an online source, but they're all worth the effort. Here are 15 of our favorite underused perennials.

The 15 Most Underused Perennials

Most gardeners are familiar with classic perennials such as daylilies, peonies, hostas, and iris, but there's a whole host of lesser-known, underused perennials that can add color and interest to your garden. You may have to search for them at your garden center or an online source, but they're all worth the effort. Here are 15 of our favorite underused perennials.

If you’re looking for a striking perennial that needs minimum care to produce maximum results, take a good look at Baptisia plants. Find out how to grow and care for false indigo flowers in this article.

Baptisia Plant Care – How To Grow And Care For False Indigo Flowers

If you’re looking for a striking perennial that needs minimum care to produce maximum results, take a good look at Baptisia plants. Find out how to grow and care for false indigo flowers in this article.

Baptisia/False Indigo~a hardy perennial for full sun & clay soil

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Baptisia Blue Towers PP 27088 | Blue Towers False Indigo for sale $17.00 | Plant Delights Nursery

Baptisia 'Blue Towers' PP 27,088

Baptisia Blue Towers PP 27088 | Blue Towers False Indigo for sale $17.00 | Plant Delights Nursery

Most gardeners are familiar with classic perennials such as daylilies, peonies, hostas, and iris, but there's a whole host of lesser-known, underused perennials that can add color and interest to your garden. You may have to search for them at your garden center or an online source, but they're all worth the effort. Here are 15 of our favorite underused perennials.

The 15 Most Underused Perennials

Most gardeners are familiar with classic perennials such as daylilies, peonies, hostas, and iris, but there's a whole host of lesser-known, underused perennials that can add color and interest to your garden. You may have to search for them at your garden center or an online source, but they're all worth the effort. Here are 15 of our favorite underused perennials.

False Blue Indigo. Just planted on the edge of the Rain Garden. Nitrogen fixer, bees love it, can be cut back a few times a year for a mulch plant. Forms a deep tap root.

False Blue Indigo. Just planted on the edge of the Rain Garden. Nitrogen fixer, bees love it, can be cut back a few times a year for a mulch plant. Forms a deep tap root.

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BAPTISIA:The One Native Perennial Everyone Should Plant. Hardy in zones 4 - 8 | Midwest Living:

BAPTISIA:The One Native Perennial Everyone Should Plant. Hardy in zones 4 - 8 | Midwest Living:

Baptisias: Plant Care and Collection of Varieties - Garden.org

Baptisias: Plant Care and Collection of Varieties - Garden.org

Baptisia "Lunar Eclipse"—flowers change from soft yellow to cream to violet; zones 4–7

Baptisia "Lunar Eclipse"—flowers change from soft yellow to cream to violet; zones 4–7

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