In my Midwestern garden amsonia's yellow foliage (not shown in this picture) is a welcome accent in the late autumn landscape.
Site each plant in a spot that fits its requirements for sun or shade, as the correct location is crucial to long-term success!
Tips for planting or transplanting perennials in the fall.
Spring is the time to prepare for fall, so this month is a good time to think about your September garden.
As I look at my fall garden, I am reminded of the plants that persist year after year regardless of both neglect and challenging weather conditions.
Survey your garden and try to imagine it in spring and summer, and identify dead spots and relocate new perennial divisions to those.
The fall is a good time to plant trees and shrubs, and it is fun to cruise the aisles of stores and nurseries to see if there are good deals available.
It may be spring, but you can always start preparing for fall flowers.