Specializing in Native Plants, Wildflowers and Perennials

FALL IS FOR PLANTING

  • Cooler Night Temperatures induce top dormancy

  • Cooler Soil Temperatures roots continue to grow throughout the year

  • Regular Rains Less reliance on supplemental watering

  • Soil is Easily Worked  Holds residual moisture for extended periods of time

  • Natural Mulch Easily Available Leaf litter and pine straw readily available

  • Good Time to Create Compost on Site Recycle dormant perennial trimmings, leaf litter, garden and kitchen waste.

 

 FALL COLOR

Aster 'Jane Bath'

FLOWERS   Asters, chrysanthemums, Joe Pye weed, lobelia, rudbeckia, solidago

SHRUBS  

Itea Red to Burgandy
Sweet shrub Yellow
Wild strawberry bush Peach to Yellow *
Witchhazel Yellow to Copper
 

TREES
Dogwood Red *
Hickory Golden
Redbud Yellow
Sassafras Red-orange
Serviceberry Apricot to Yellow
Sourwood Red *
Sugar/Red Maple Orange to Red
Sweetgum Burgandy to Yellow *
 

* Fruit or Seed Interest

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dogwood fall color

Hickory
Ryan's Daisy
Sassafras
Yellowwood
Sourwood
Sweet shrub

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