Answer: Most annual flowers will bloom all season long if you keep the gone-by flower heads cut (this is called deadheading). If you want some perennials in the mix, here are some to consider: 'Stella d'Oro' daylily, Achillea (yarrow), coreopsis 'Sunbeam', Monarda, coneflower, blanket flower, rose campion, stokesia. For colorful foliage, try lamb's ears, painted fern, euphorbias, and caladium. If you order catalogs from nurseries that specialize (daylilies, iris, roses, etc.), they'll indicate when the different varieties are in bloom, so you can plan to have some plants, but not all, in bloom all season long. Enjoy!
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