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Yard MD blog: October and November bloom

Oct. 4, 2013
 

Looking for some great ideas for plants that will continue to bloom through October and November? For many gardeners, finding late-season blooms is the toughest challenge. Here are some ideas for annuals and perennials that will keep the color coming right through late fall. Comment with others that you can think of!

You may still be able to find some of these at area garden centers, so get out and explore!

• Monkshood

• Bottle gentian

• Witch hazel

• New England Aster

• Wood aster

• Calico aster

• Jerusalem’s artichoke

• Goldenrod

• Pansy and viola

• Mum

• Ornamental cabbage or flowering kale

• Sedum

• Black-eyed Susan

• Purple coneflower

• Toad lily

• Zinnia

• Cosmos

• Dahlia

• Cockscomb

• Kiss me over the garden gate

• Hosta

• Nasturtium

• Morning glory

• Sunflower

• Queen Anne’s lace

— Rob Zimmer: 920-993-1000, ext. 7154, yardmd@postcrescent.com

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