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Love this 'Irregular Choice' Brand, some look strange that I would avoid but others like this one I could definitely wear!

Love this 'Irregular Choice' Brand, some look strange that I would avoid but others like this one I could definitely wear!

Most gardeners are familiar with classic perennials such as daylilies, peonies, hostas, and iris, but there's a whole host of lesser-known, underused perennials that can add color and interest to your garden. You may have to search for them at your garden center or an online source, but they're all worth the effort. Here are 15 of our favorite underused perennials.

Most gardeners are familiar with classic perennials such as daylilies, peonies, hostas, and iris, but there's a whole host of lesser-known, underused perennials that can add color and interest to your garden. You may have to search for them at your garden center or an online source, but they're all worth the effort. Here are 15 of our favorite underused perennials.

I'm sorry, I know that these beautiful birds are Parrots, but I don't know what kind of Parrots, and there was no information on them. I looked, but couldn't find any. - UPDATE: Fellow Pinner Christopher Hillard says, "They're Hyacinth Macaws, they've just been photoshopped purple". -  and Megan Mary said, "Yes, Hyacinth Macaws, the largest parrot. They're actually cobalt blue". - See other comments below..

I'm sorry, I know that these beautiful birds are Parrots, but I don't know what kind of Parrots, and there was no information on them. I looked, but couldn't find any. - UPDATE: Fellow Pinner Christopher Hillard says, "They're Hyacinth Macaws, they've just been photoshopped purple". - and Megan Mary said, "Yes, Hyacinth Macaws, the largest parrot. They're actually cobalt blue". - See other comments below..

Sweet peas via Sandra Lightholder.--I try to grow these every year but our Spring season doesn't stay cool enough for them to grow very long. Love the scent of them though (mkc).

Sweet peas via Sandra Lightholder.--I try to grow these every year but our Spring season doesn't stay cool enough for them to grow very long. Love the scent of them though (mkc).

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