What flowers can I plant?

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Now that my beautiful tulips are gone I need to refresh my raised bed. What perennials can I plant but not disturb my bulbs? I'm not a gardener as you can tell. Thanks!
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  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Jun 27, 2016
    First you need to find out what zone you live in. Next you have figure out how much room there is to plant. Third you need to choose the perennials based on how much sunlight or shade you have.
  • Tooney Tooney on Jun 27, 2016
    A trip to your local nursery is the best bet. They can recommend plants and you can see them first hand.
    • Sharon Sharon on Jun 28, 2016
      Thank you, going to make the trip. Just wanted some ideas first
  • Kristi Madsen Kristi Madsen on Jun 28, 2016
    What colors do you like? I love purple so I use salvia. I also like contrast so l like to mix up heuchera. There are so many different combinations. Clematis is nice if you need a climber. Black eyed susan and shasta daisy are nice too (although I don't like the smell of the daisies). Back to purple lavendar is beautiful. Lintin rose and hosta are great in a shady area. I am in zone 8. So not sure if I have helped or not.
  • Sharon Sharon on Jul 02, 2016
    I went to my local nursery and she picked out what would work and I came home and they are all planted....and look lovely. Thanks for the responses.
  • Sharon Sharon on Jul 02, 2016
    I went to my local nursery and she picked out what would work and I came home and they are all planted....and look lovely. Thanks for the responses.
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