There might be a chill in the air, but there are plenty of tough, hardy perennials that can be planted out in the garden in February.
By planting while the ground is wetter, you can spend less time watering your plantings, and give them more time to settle in. That said, waterlogged soils will need to be improved with some horticultural grit before planting. If you're gardening in shade, you could try planting one of our top 10 shade-loving perennial plants.
Discover our perennial picks for planting in February, including plants with architectural and wildlife value, below.