The Q&A Archives: Planting Flowers In June

Question: What flowers, whether from seeds or blooms, will do well in the Seattle area if I plant them in June (in pots or in the ground)?

Answer: It's a little late to start from seed but there are dozens and dozens of choices in annuals and perennial transplants available now that will continue to bloom throughout the summer season. Favorites are annual asters, petunias, geraniums, salvia, rudbeckia, campanula, African daisy, astilbe, black-eyed Susan, snapdragons and hellebore. Enjoy your garden!

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