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Not Your Average Pansy

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  • 10.30.2014

Not Your Average Pansy

Author: Dragas Team


[caption id="attachment_5775" align="aligncenter" width="715" caption="Tall Snapdragon Annual"][/caption] Naturally occurring Autumn leaves are a welcomed sight this time of year. The crisp orange, yellows and reds can be seen falling all around town; leaving bare branches until next Spring. Some believe that colder temps mean the end of beautiful flowers & trees. BUT quite the contrary, you can still have colorful flowers of your own during the fall and winter months. There are numerous plants that thrive during these colder months. Take a look at these photos for some fresh ideas of flowers that would look great in your container garden, patio, or spacious yard. [caption id="attachment_5745" align="aligncenter" width="297" caption="Black-Eyed Susan Perennial"][/caption] [caption id="attachment_5748" align="aligncenter" width="312" caption="Iris Perennials"][/caption]
The private patios of King's Pointe at Western Branch, Hadley Park at Greenbrier, Crofton and even The Apartments at Spence Crossing are the perfect spots for these resilient flowers. Looking for more tips & tricks for your home & garden? Check out our Pinterest Bulletin Board!