The Q&A Archives: September

Question: what is good to plant in September in Colo.

Answer: You can plant cool season annuals and perennials such as Baby Blue Eyes, Calendula, Carnation, Dianthus, Diascia, Flowering Kale, Lobelia, Osteospermum, Phlox, Vinca Vine, Alstromeria, Anemone, Baby' Breath, Bachelor Buttons, Campanula, Centaurea, Coral Bells, Coreopsis, Daylily, Delphinium, Dianthus, Digitalis, Doronicum, Festuca, Flax, Forget-Me-Not, Foxglove, Galium, Garden Mums, Gloriosa Daisy, Gypsophila, Helianthemum, Hemerocallis, Hollyhocks, Hosta, Lavender, Lupines, Lunaria, Lysimachia, Lythrum, Maltese Cross, Matricaria, Money Plant, Myosotis, Oenothera, Painted Daisy, Tall Phlox, Poppy, Pyrethrum, Roses, Rudbeckia, Scabiosa, Shasta Daisy, Statice, Sweet William, Sweet Woodruff, Veronica, Violet, along with
Broccoli, Brussels Sprouts, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Kohlrabi, Lettuce, Raddichio, and Perennial Herbs. They should bring late season color to your garden.


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