Marigolds! Not only do the stay well into the fall, but they begin blooming mid to late summer! These perennials are colorful and easy to take care of. Just remember to dehead when needed. The flowers are excellant condition to dry and use in winter arrangements or pot pouree.
I think of ornamental grasses w/ beautiful plumes, chrysanthemums, asters, Autumn Joy sedum, black-eyed susans, sunflowers, Chinese lanterns (physalis), crape myrtle, and Mexican Sage. I also choose plants that produce berries and pods to add interest to my flower arrangements.
by hewhohn 7 years ago
I tired to use any plant and flowers to my ground, My ground is lot of space and I don't know what is the best thing to put there, so that any my friends who visit my house can make appreciate my ground or my garden!
by Novel Treasure 2 years ago
Do you take Fall into consideration when planning your landscaping?Do you consider the coloring of plants/shrubs/trees in the fall, when you are planning your landscape? Do you try to add plants that add variety of color in both spring and fall?
by murali14 6 years ago
How do you make chrysanthemums bloom?my plant seems to be growing in size no flowers though
by Athlyn Green 6 years ago
What are the best perennials to spread over a wide area and reduce grass?I'm planting perennials over my acreage to choke out the grass.
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