What is the easiest perennial for a new Gardener to plant

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  • Lucy Lucy on Jul 05, 2017

  • Catherine Catherine on Jul 05, 2017

  • Iryna Iryna on Jul 05, 2017
    hostas and day lilies. Very hardy and forgiving if you forget to water them.

  • Dfm Dfm on Jul 05, 2017
    Native to your area plants....I'm on the Great Plains....liatris, prairie primrose, sun flower,astores, foxglove, bee balm, black eyed Susan, blazing star.buttercup,cranes bill, evening primrose, 4 o'clock, wild geranium, Stay away from the hemp plants...wild licorish.lobelia, mints, prairie onion, phlox, roses, snow on the mountain, tall wormwood, yarrow. Over the years on 3 different properties I've planted them all.

  • Cindy Cindy on Jul 05, 2017
    Hostas like shade. Day lilies are great, just be prepared to split them every 1 - 2 years. They are great starter plants. Hope this helps.

  • DB DB on Jul 05, 2017
    Sun or shade ? and where do you live climate makes a difference