8 Ways to Get Late-Summer Color in Your Garden
This bevy of beautiful blooms will fill your garden with color through the fall season.
Fall and Spring Annuals
As summer flowers die down, cool-season annuals kick into gear, filling gaps in your plantings. Flowers like these snapdragons, ranunculus, and pansies are some of the easiest annuals to grow. They do well in beds and containers, and are almost pest-free.
In cold areas, plant them now for a burst of blooms before the frost. In mild-winter climates, they'll grow and bloom through fall and winter, then hit a crescendo in spring.
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