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There is something about the plants which bloom early in the spring that is near and dear to every gardener’s heart. After looking at brown grass (or lots of snow depending on where you are), the bright colors of these early bloomers mean spring is on its way. As an added bonus, most of these easy to grow spring plants require very little in maintenance other than some pruning to remove dead leaves or branches. And they are all perennials, so you only have to plant them once to have years of spring enjoyment.