10 Perennials to Extend Your Garden’s Summer Color
August 15, 2014
When the dog days of summer get the best of your garden blooms, there’s still time to create a fetching landscape, says LuAnn Brandsen, a Houzz Contributor. You could head to the local garden center for mums, but if you want something less predictable, check out these no-fuss perennials that bloom with abandon — often up to frost. You’ll get color now, plus repeat performances for many autumns to come. Here are LuAnn’s choices to revive summer-weary gardens with outstanding late bloomers such as toad lily, Russian sage, blanket flower and more. Learn more:
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