10 perennial flowers to plant in May to have stunning blooms for years to come

A hardy herbaceous perennial from North America, featuring vibrant yellow flowers with dark centers, thriving in full sun and attracting pollinators.

Black Eyed Susan (Rudbeckia Hirta)

An herbaceous perennial from Asia, known for its heart-shaped pink or white flowers that bloom in spring and prefer partial to full shade.

Bleeding Heart (Lamprocapnos spectabilis)

A North American perennial rhizome with early spring white flowers, ideal for mass planting in shaded areas, but highly toxic.

Bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis)

A Mediterranean herbaceous perennial with clusters of white, pink, or purple flowers that bloom in spring, suited for sunny, rocky soils.

Candytuft (Iberis)

A North American perennial with uniquely shaped flowers in various colors, blooming in spring and attracting hummingbirds, thriving in partial shade to full sun.

Columbine (Aquilegia)

An adaptable perennial from the Eastern U.S. with star-shaped pink, white, or lilac flowers, perfect for borders and rocky gardens, thriving in full to partial sun.

Creeping Phlox (Phlox stolonifera)

A Southeast European herbaceous perennial with yellow and light green blooms, forming a mounded shape, tolerating various soil types and requiring minimal maintenance.

Cushion Spurge (Euphorbia epithymoides)

A North American perennial from the Asteraceae family, known for its colorful daisy-like flowers, thriving in part to full sun and attracting pollinators.

Echinacea (Echinacea)

A perennial from Southern and Central Europe, with rose-like flowers in various colors, blooming in late winter to spring, preferring shaded summer locations.

Hellebore (Helleborus)

A perennial from Central and Southern Europe, known for its vibrant bearded flowers and grass-like foliage, thriving in full sun and requiring regular watering during bud formation.

Iris (Iris)