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7 Low-Maintenance Perennials for the Northeast 

Sedum (Stonecrop)Sedums are drought-tolerant and resilient, ideal for busy gardeners. Their succulent leaves and vibrant blooms add color and texture while needing little water or attention.

DayliliesDaylilies are hardy and adaptable, flourishing in various soil conditions. With their striking flowers that bloom throughout summer, they provide effortless beauty to any garden landscape.

HostasKnown for their lush foliage and shade tolerance, hostas are excellent for filling garden borders or shady spots under trees. They require minimal care beyond occasional watering and division.

Russian SageRussian Sage offers fragrant foliage and lavender-blue flowers, attracting pollinators like bees and butterflies. It thrives in full sun and well-drained soil, needing little maintenance once established.

Coneflowers (Echinacea)Coneflowers are drought-resistant and thrive in the Northeast's climate. Their bold blooms attract birds and butterflies, making them a favorite for low-maintenance perennial gardens.

Black-Eyed SusansThese cheerful perennials brighten up gardens with their golden-yellow flowers. They are adaptable and self-sufficient, thriving in both sunny and partially shaded areas.

AstilbeAstilbes thrive in moist, shady conditions, perfect for Northeast gardens with partial shade. Their feathery plumes of flowers bloom in various colors, adding elegance with minimal care.