Asked on Aug 1, 2012

flowers i have

Sherri CurtisAnn SDouglas Hunt


if anyone has any ideas what flowers I could plant here in wisconsin that bloom from late summer to late fall it would most helpful
a hanging planter on my fence
my crepeing plox pot
lilic tree
6 answers
  • Douglas Hunt
    on Aug 2, 2012

    Here are some perennials I would consider to extend your garden into fall, Sherri. Many will bloom until you get a killing frost: All kinds of asters, monkshood, the Japanese anemones, Caryopteris, chelone (especially good for a shady or moist area), Helianthus and Helenium, Russian sage and, last but not least, "Autumn Joy" sedum.

  • Sherri Curtis
    on Aug 2, 2012

    Thanks for those great choices I will check them out

  • Trish M
    on Aug 3, 2012

    Here are a Couple of Good Ones Not One Doug's List...Black eyed Susan,All Kinds of Mums,Ragged Cone Flower,and My all Time Fav.Sunflowers...There is also roses and bulbs...Have fun..

  • Douglas Hunt
    on Aug 3, 2012

    You're welcome, Sherri. Would look forward to some photos of your fall bloomers. Happy planting!

  • Ann S
    on Aug 5, 2012

    Thanks Douglas for the comment! Those were my thoughts!

  • Sherri Curtis
    on Jun 6, 2015

    My flowers just are not coming back every year they grow great but just not coming back the next yr

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