marigolds, asters, zinnias, and dusty miller in late summer
Photo: Jerry Pavia
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Consider Adding These Late-Summer Bloomers

Once the dog days of summer hit, flower gardens generally start looking tired. Colors wash out, edges brown, blossoms become fewer in number. As you're planning next season's garden beds, learn how one pro gardener grows glorious, color-filled beds from June to September in Vibrant Blooming Plants for a Late Summer Garden. She discovered plants and strategies that deliver a brilliant show when the heat is really on! Check out How to Get Late-Summer Color in Your Garden, too.
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