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Synonyms for fall-blooming

of plants that bloom during the autumn

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The fall-blooming Sasanqua camellia is another worthy, albeit slower-growing, espalier candidate.
By manipulating daylight hours in the greenhouse, Yoder Brothers and others demonstrated how the previously fall-blooming plant could be grown all year long.
These fall-blooming perennials will last for years and are carefree in the garden.
Divide spring-blooming perennials in fall-blooming perennials in spring.
Fall-blooming Japanese anemones bloom in white or pink.
Just before spring growth, you can divide summer- and fall-blooming plants such as agapanthus, asters, coreopsis, daylily, mums, and rudbeckia.
If you are searching for a fall-blooming tree, you might overlook the familiar but always delightful lemon bottlebrush (Callistemon citrinus).
The gold and silver chrysanthemum (Chrysanthemum pacificum) has become a popular fall-blooming ground cover, its flowers are fringed gold buttons, and its leaves are edged in silver, giving it year-round interest.
Common types include eulalia (Miscanthus), fall-blooming reed grass (Calamagrostis brachytricha), fountain grass (Pennisetum orientale 'Karley Rose'), and Japanese forest grass (Hakonechloa macra).
Fall-blooming heather and its close cousin, heath, form a living tapestry around this semicircular bench at the base of a hill in Oregon.
Fall-blooming reed grass (Calamagrostis brachytricha), shown at right Burnt orange to burgundy foliage in fall.
When summer- and fall-blooming perennials die down, cool-season annuals kick into gear to fill gaps between established plants.
As tender perennials are damaged by frost, remove them and pop in fall-blooming asters, chrysanthemums, and pansies.
To encourage branching, compact growth, and extra flowers, pinch or shear fall-blooming asters and chrysanthemums until mid-July.
Dig, divide, and replant clumps of summer- and fall-blooming perennials such as asters, chrysanthemums, and coral bells, but leave the spring bloomers alone until fall.