Wednesday, October 12, 2011

What's Blooming In Autumn

Perennial asters, above, are a terrific autumn perennial. They spread readily, bloom profusely, don't attract too many pests and can be easily separated and transplanted. They only grow about 6" tall, so be sure and keep them to the front of the border.

Below, the last of the speedwell, another perennial, also known as "Veronica", will soon go to seed.

1 comment:

steven said...

beautiful - the veronica is a revelation!! steven