Some of their names are almost as lovely as the flowers themselves!
The cool fall weather causes plants that are new to your garden to transition more comfortably...
You can plant these little beauties liberally in beds and rock gardens and naturalize them in other undisturbed spaces.
Dwarf varieties of old favorites are much more suitable for small yards.
There are old-fashioned spiraeas with lacy white flowers such as ‘Bridal Wreath’ that are quite large, as well as many new dwarf cultivars on the market.
A cultivar of our native plant Boltonia was named in honor of Jim Crockett, original host of "The Victory Garden."
Asters are the stars of our September gardens, and indeed the word aster means ‘star'.
If you have a large bare area in your yard, consider planting cannas for a blaze of summer color that will gladden your heart.