|I am planning a flower garden in a 6ft x 36ft bed that also has two shade trees. I want to plant Purpleleaf Wintercreeper, Creeping Red Thyme, Blue Eyed Grass, and Angeleina Sedum in early September. Will I run into any problems planting at this time of year?
|Answer from NGA
July 25, 2009
|Early fall is an excellent time to plant landscape shrubs and perennials. Your new plants will have plenty of time to establish their roots before winter weather arrives. By next spring they will be well established and ready to grow as soon as the weather warms. Enjoy your landscape.
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