Perennials--fall

PSS 123 Garden Flowers

Dr. Leonard Perry
Dept. Plant and Soil Science, 208 Hills
University of Vermont



Names are linked to plant descriptions,  indicate photos (about 50K),  indicate latin name pronunciations.

 Plants are picked as best/most popular or seen in Northeast U.S. Selection will vary with region of the country. These plants will be included in the lecture exams and should be used for landscape plans. Names will not have to be memorized unless also covered in labs. Specific species or cultivars shown in photos are in ( ).



 
Perennials--fall (late Aug-Oct)  
Windflower Anemone (tomentosa 'Robustissima')
Aster Aster (novae-angliae)
Heather Calluna vulgaris 
Coneflower Echinacea (purpurea) 
Joe-Pye Weed  Eupatorium 
Helen's Flower Helenium (autumnale) 
Black-eyed Daisy Rudbeckia (fulgida 'Goldsturm') 
Stonecrop Sedum (Autumn Joy) 
Goldenrod Solidago
Toad Lily Tricyrtis 


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