6 Perennials Plants That Can Survive in the Coldest Winter

 Homiful.comBefore entering winter, it is important to know what plants can survive in low-temperature conditions in winter. There are several choices of hardy plants that you might be suitable to rely on to be placed in the house in winter.

Be sure to know that the perennial you choose is hardy and suitable for your zone of residence before buying it. Some of the perennial plants below may be used as inspiration to decorate the winter in your home.

Bee balm flowers (Monarda spp.)


Having the botanical name Monarda spp., this Bee Balm is a hardy perennial plant that is suitable to accompany your winter. They bloom the flowers in red, pink, orange, purple, and white. This depends on the variety chosen. Place this plant in the full sun area to part shade in medium moist and well-drained soil. They can grow and survive in zones 4 to 9.

Siberian iris


Growing in zones 3 to 8, Siberian Iris or Iris sibirica is a perennial native to Northern Turkey and Russia. They can grow and survive in sub-zero temperatures. This perennial plant can grow with full sun to part shade conditions in medium moist and well-drained soil. In addition, they bloom beautiful flowers of spectacular blue, purple, lilac, yellow, and white colors.

Wild columbine (Aquilegia canadensis)


Can grow up to 36 inches tall and 19 inches wide, Wild columbine (Aquilegia canadensis) can grow in zones 3 to 8. The attractive appearance of flowers of this season gives a pleasant impression and they can live several years. And with its thin stems supporting these pink and yellow flowers sway and dance beautifully in the spring breeze.



Hosta is one of the popular perennial houseplants that has an attractive and timeless appearance. They also include plants that can grow or survive in low temperatures in winter. Unaffected by winter, Hosta itself can continue to grow bigger and better every year.

Showy stonecrop (Hylotelephium spectabile)


Showy Stonecrop or with the botanical name Hylotelephium spectabile is a perennial plant with beautiful blooming flowers. You can make this plant part of the border by taking advantage of its striking flower color. They are also drought-resistant making them a good choice for those of you who live in regions with scarce rainfall. They can live within zones 3 to 9.

Coneflowers (Echinacea purpurea)


Native to America, Coneflowers (Echinacea purpurea) are one of the perennial plants that can grow in zones 3 to 8. Its hardy and leathery flowers tolerate drought well. Most varieties of this plant are hardy enough to survive the winter. But some modern hybrids, are not very resistant to cold temperatures.

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