Flowers for late summer color
Thomas J. Story
“The fullness of late summer and early fall ought to be one of the richest seasons in the garden,” says Mary McBride, a horticulturist at Tom Piergrossi Landscape Nursery in Vista, California.
…lots of soulful violet blues – asters, Russian sage, salvias. Colorado garden writer Lauren Springer calls this palette of burnished tones and blues “the colors of autumn in America.”
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