Embracing Painting Colorful

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Think that you just can garden during the spring and summer months? Think again! There are many winter crops full of color that can enhance and brighten grass barren flower beds. There are a lot of plants, shrubs and trees that prosper in the winter, so do not despair. Page you can see a new brand in a matter of an afternoon.

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Pansies
Ordinarily, pansies are spring plants that seem to fade away in the first wisps of fall, but the heartier plentiful pansies are perfect to brighten up your fall garden. Plentiful pansies come in a vast array of whites, yellows and purples and are a trailing plant, which can spread quickly. Plentifully are bred specifically to survive with blooms throughout fall and winter, so if you are looking for a plant that has a good bloom, plentifully are your best choice.

Confederate Roses
This is a great late summer-early fall addition to any garden. Confederate roses are late blooming shrubs which can survive the southern winters, but don’t be dismayed when you see the bloom. It is not your typical rose bloom. Confederate roses have a gauzy, cottony bloom to them and often the shrub can produce pink, white and purple blossoms at the same time. This heartier shrub can survive southern winters and can easily be rooted in a vase of water.

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Aster
Aster is a lovely fall blooming daisy that comes in a multitude of colors and can grow up to six feet tall in the right conditions. This full sun plants blooms in late summer-early fall, giving your garden a dash of bright colors to play against the amber-red hues of fall. In the south, aster can be planted at any time, so if you need to spice up your flower bed, aster may be your best choice.

Chrysanthemum
Mums can be a more delicate flowering plant, but the chrysanthemum, or the Hardy Mums variety, can bloom and survive the colder temperatures, but while they should be planted in spring to secure their hardiness for fall and winters, they are often sold in the fall as container plants. However, if planted immediately in early fall, they can develop enough to survive southern winters with nice blossoms. Just make sure to keep them adequately watered before the first freeze and your hardy mums will be just that: hardy.

CyclamenEmbracing Painting Colorful
With delicate, deep rose, red and white blooms, the cyclamen flower make for great container plants but the star-shaped blossoms can survive in a garden atmosphere too. The small varieties of the plant are better suited for the outdoors, but if you would like a pop of color for your home, cyclamens are excellent winter bloomers. This full sun plant can brighten any garden or living room during the bleaker months of winter.

No matter the season, there are always plants, shrubs and trees that can be added to your yard to keep color fresh year round. If you have questions about what plants are best suited for your yard, consult a professional lawn service and landscaping team for suggestions and advice.