First everything bloomed early, then it got incredibly hot and a lot of plants just plain fried. Now you’ve got browned leaves, spent stems that withered and flopped, and perennials that pooped out weeks ago. Give them a haircut.
Whatever the reason, when I have to be wrapped up in fleece just to face the garden on a frosty fall morning, it’s highly satisfying to find summer flowers still flourishing.
by KYW’s Phran Novelli Oooh, you’ve got to get some Phlox. Phlox paniculata – also known as ‘Garden Phlox’ or ‘Tall Phlox,’ is a perennial with big, poofy flower heads, in colors from zappy shades […]