In a perfect world, all plants would produce beautiful and vibrant blooms all year round! Unfortunately, only a select few plants are capable of blooming…and then re-blooming again!
Here are some plants that will go through multiple blooming periods each year:
Not all azaleas are re-bloomers! The variety of azaleas that re-bloom is called encore azaleas. Encore azaleas are capable of producing eye-catching blooms in the spring, in the summer, and again in the fall!
Bougainvilleas produce their first blooming period in the spring/summer, and reliably re-bloom again in the fall. Pruning the plant after the summer blooms fade will encourage as many fall blooms as possible!
Coneflowers have a long blooming season, beginning in the late spring and ending in the early fall. These flowers will continue to produce new blooms throughout their entire growing season, with no maintenance necessary! While deadheading is not required, it will help promote as many re-blooming plants as possible.