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Bloom a day August

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Autust might be hot but that doesn't mean you can't plan for lots of garden color. Plants and flowers that can take the heat are on tap in this Zone 5-6 garden.

Autust might be hot but that doesn't mean you can't plan for lots of garden color. Plants and flowers that can take the heat are on tap in this Zone 5-6 garden.

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  • 1. Bloom–A–Day August in the Petal Talk Garden Clematis‘Avant Garde’
  • 2. Abutilon‘Souvenir de Bonn’ Variegated foliage Jean Starr - petaltalk-jean.com
  • 3. Bougainvillea In a potJean Starr - petaltalk-jean.com
  • 4. AconitumJean Starr - petaltalk-jean.com
  • 5. Hydrangea ‘Endless Summer’ (yes, a new flush of blooms) Jean Starr - petaltalk-jean.com
  • 6. Thunbergia ‘Blushing Susie’ Easily grown from seedJean Starr - petaltalk-jean.com
  • 7. Hydrangea paniculata ‘Limelight’Jean Starr - petaltalk-jean.com
  • 8. Phlox ‘David’s Lavender’Gorgeous color; mildew resistant Jean Starr - petaltalk-jean.com
  • 9. Ornamental Oregano ‘Bristol Cross’Jean Starr - petaltalk-jean.com
  • 10. Hydrangea paniculata ‘Pinky Winky’ Just beginning to open Jean Starr - petaltalk-jean.com
  • 11. Salvia coccinea ‘CoralNymph’ Easy to grow from seed Jean Starr - petaltalk-jean.com
  • 12. Veronica spicata Unknown variety Jean Starr - petaltalk-jean.com
  • 13. Jean Starr - petaltalk-jean.com
  • 14. X Pardancanda Dazzler Series Jean Starr - petaltalk-jean.com
  • 15. Nasturtium ‘Cup of Sun’Very easy from seed, seems to be heat tolerant; likes fertilizer when grown in pot Jean Starr - petaltalk-jean.com
  • 16. Lantana Luscious® ‘Berry Blend’ Jean Starr - petaltalk-jean.com
  • 17. Zinnia ‘Cha Cha Cha’Jean Starr - petaltalk-jean.com
  • 18. Hydrangea m .‘Everlasting Revolution’Jean Starr - petaltalk-jean.com
  • 19. Hydrangea m .‘’Schenkenberg’ Jean Starr - petaltalk-jean.com
  • 20. Cynoglossum amabile Jean Starr - petaltalk-jean.com
  • 21. Mirabilis longiflora Jean Starr - petaltalk-jean.com
  • 22. Helenium‘The Bishop’ Jean Starr - petaltalk-jean.com
  • 23. Double Echinacea Jean Starr - petaltalk-jean.com
  • 24. Heuchera v. ‘Autumn Bride’ Huge leaves, attractive late-season flowersJean Starr - petaltalk-jean.com
  • 25. Murraya paniculata A free-blooming and fragrant tropical member of the citrus familyJean Starr - petaltalk-jean.com
  • 26. Salvia coccinea (Texas sage)Easy-to-grow hummingbird magnet Jean Starr - petaltalk-jean.com
  • 27. Anemone x hybridaFall-blooming anemone hybrid Jean Starr - petaltalk-jean.com
  • 28. Clematis ‘Polish Spirit’ Tomato ‘Legend’ Jean Starr - petaltalk-jean.com
  • 29. Kniphofia ‘Orange Vanilla Popsicle’ Jean Starr - petaltalk-jean.com
  • 30. Helenium ‘ Carnival’Jean Starr - petaltalk-jean.com aka Loysderwieck
  • 31. Kniphofia‘Lemon Popsicle’ rebloom Kniphofia ‘Earliest of All’ rebloom Jean Starr - petaltalk-jean.com
  • 32. http://www.petaltalk-jean.com starrjean@comcast.net Jean Starr - petaltalk-jean.com