Perennial plant or bush low care sunny all day do not have green thumb

would like flowering plant or bush lasting spring, summer, fall if possible,
live in SC, humid, sunny warm

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  • Margaret H. Paquette Margaret H. Paquette on Mar 08, 2018
    I would recommend an hydrangea plant. The flower is about 5” round. It is a perennial that grows into a bush. It is both very easy to care for, and to propagate.
    • Cro22207903 Cro22207903 on Mar 08, 2018
      Thank you Margaret,
      Hydrangea is one of my favorites. We managed to kill 2 out of 4 last season but want to replace the 2 we lost this season. Thanks
  • Amanda Amanda on Mar 08, 2018
    Cone flowers!!! They come in many different colors, the spread every year and bloom very nicely!!!
    • Cro22207903 Cro22207903 on Mar 08, 2018
      Hi Amanda, thank you.Not familiar with cone flowers. I will ask the nursery, lowe's or home depot. Thanks again
  • Marie Marie on Mar 09, 2018
    hydrangea, spirea, cone flower ( butterfly attracts ) but I would go to a greenhouse nursery not Home Depot or Lowes
    • Chris Chris on Jul 17, 2021

      Cone flowers are something you'll recognize when you see them. The name comes from the shape of the center of the flower. I'm well south in SC and on the ocean, on an island loaded with deer. Cone flower does fine here. Also known as Rudbeckia and Black-Eyed Susan.

  • Margaret H. Paquette Margaret H. Paquette on Mar 11, 2018
    In that case, my suggestion would be to consider rugosa rose bushes. They are very hardy, thus easy care ... mainly deadheading the flowers once they have died to provide space for new growth. Hope this helps you, Margaret
  • 1401470 1401470 on Mar 11, 2018
    You might think about growing herbs, most bloom beautifully through summer and you have the benefit of fresh herbs. Herbs are really easy to grow and there are many perennial varieties to choose from.
  • Johnavallance82 Johnavallance82 on Apr 13, 2021


    Call in at your local Plant centre and see what they have, ask for advice?

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