Regional Gardening Reports :: National Gardening Association

Lower South

September, 2003
Regional Report

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Flowering Bulbs for Georgia Gardens
This wonderful resource on Flowering Bulbs for Georgia Gardens isn't just for Georgia gardeners. All southern gardeners will find a wealth of information on choosing, planting, and caring for bulbs. Turn your garden into a constantly transitioning surprise throughout the year with a diverse mix of dependable bulbs.

Favorite or New Plant

Copper Canyon Daisy
Copper Canyon daisy (Tagetes lemonii) produces a 3- to 4-foot-tall mound of finely cut foliage with a strong citrusy-pine odor. In fall the plant absolutely explodes with a profusion of single, bright yellow blooms about an inch in diameter. I learned long ago not to say any plant is "deer proof," but this one is as close as you can get. Give it full sun and good drainage. It is a superb choice for informal perennial beds or water-thrifty landscapes.


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