tall flowering perennial for 3 hours of sun
I need a few plants for an area which gets around 2.5 to 3 hours of sun. I'm looking for something 30 inches or higher, but wasn't sure which perennials did best with the least amount of sun.
I've been mulling between a Becky shasta daisy, a coneflower (possibly a white variety like White Swan?), some sort of bee balm or possibly a rudbeckia, though I'm not sure if it'd be tall enough.
Does anyone have any experience which of those (or if there's something else I'm not thinking of) which would be good for the low end of partial sun/shade without impacting flowering too dramatically?
I'm primarily looking for things with a long blooming season. Thanks for your help!