Perennial plants have the particularity of growing for several years in a row. It blooms systematically every spring. In the winter season, it loses its leaves and stems. Also, its rhizomes allow it to go through the winter quietly by resting their root system.
The perennial plant can be placed in beds, in a pot or as a ground cover, thanks to their generous flowering or their high reach. In order to maintain abundant flowering, I advise you to regularly cut the faded flowers. Also, given that they disappear completely in winter, be sure to mark their initial location so as not to forget them!
You should know that over the years, the strain of the perennial plant grows. This is why you can divide it with an ax to replant it in another location in your garden.