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What to do when Summer Sizzlers Fizzle! Part 1 of 2

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Fall gardening presentation--created by Sue Hamilton, presented by Beth Babbitt. University of Tennessee Department of Plant Sciences

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What to do when Summer Sizzlers Fizzle! Part 1 of 2

  1. 1. What to do When Summer Sizzlers Fizzle!! Created by Sue Hamilton Presented by Beth Babbit University of Tennessee
  2. 2. Eupatorium purpureum Joe-Pye Weed
  3. 4. Agastache
  4. 5. Asclepias tuberosa Butterfly Weed
  5. 6. Helianthus simulans Perennial Sunflower
  6. 7. Heliopsis/False Sunflower
  7. 8. Eupatorium coelestinum Hardy Ageratum
  8. 9. Dianthus chinensis
  9. 10. Dianthus ‘Floral Lace Lilac’
  10. 12. Snapdragon
  11. 13. Heuchera
  12. 14. Heuchera ‘Crème Brulle’
  13. 15. Violas and Pansies
  14. 18. ‘ Panoloa’
  15. 20. Pansy ‘Ultima Radiance Red’
  16. 21. Viola ‘Penny Deep Blue’
  17. 22. Ornamental Pepper ‘Medusa’
  18. 23. ‘ Explosive Embers’ Ornamental Pepper
  19. 24. ‘ Black Pearl’ Ornamental Pepper
  20. 25. ‘ Bull’s Blood’ Beets
  21. 27. Dahlia
  22. 28. Dahlia
  23. 30. Sedum
  24. 31. Sedum, Aster, Boltonia, and Anemone
  25. 32. Sedum and Asters
  26. 33. Aster novi-belgii New York Aster
  27. 35. Aster tataricus Tatarian Daisy
  28. 36. Diascia
  29. 37. Diascia and Cabbage/Kale
  30. 38. Lobelia/Cardinal Flower
  31. 39. Lobelia/Cardinal Flower
  32. 40. Ornamental Grasses
  33. 43. Pampas Grass
  34. 45. Northern Seaoats
  35. 46. Japanese Bloodgrass
  36. 47. Muhly Grass Muhlenbergia capillaris
  37. 48. Achnatherum Silver Spur Grass
  38. 49. Hyacinth Bean Vine

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