Summer may be on the decline up here in the northern hemisphere, but that doesn’t mean that your world will be flower-less until next spring. There are many species that bloom right through autumn, and even into winter, depending on which planting zone you’re in. Planting flowers that pop up in early Spring are ideal for giving pollinators some vital nourishment when they wake from their wintery slumber, and fresh flowers have also been known to help fend off seasonal affective disorder, aka the “winter blues”. This color calendar offers solid information about when to plant some of the most popular (and most beautiful) blooms around, so take a look and see which might be right for your garden.
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INFOGRAPHIC: A Color Calendar to Help You Keep Flowers Blooming All Year Long
by Inhabitat, 08/08/14
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