Southern Gardening for June 30, 2014 – Black-eyed Susans offer summer-long blooming

Most gardeners across the state recognize the yellow petals and dark centers of Black-eyed Susans. If you have admired them from afar in the past, now is the time to bring some home. There are many selections that look great in the landscape.

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Southern Gardening TV for June 30, 2014 – Sub Irrigated Containers

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Southern Gardening TV for June 23, 2014 – Cleome

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Southern Gardening for June 23, 2014 – Flowers explode for July 4th displays

As beautiful as fireworks are in the sky, we still need colorful flowers in our summer gardens and landscapes. Consider growing a couple with names reminiscent of Fourth of July pyrotechnics.

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Southern Gardening for June 16, 2014 – Lantana makes a big impact in the summer

Because Mississippi landscapes get so hot in the summer, one of my favorite go-to plants is the lantana. This is a great plant that thrives in the heat and humidity of summer, providing consistently bright colors and nonstop blooming through summer and into fall.

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Southern Gardening TV for June 15, 2015 – Purple Coneflowers

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Southern Gardening for June 9, 2014 – Vitex offers color on state’s hottest days

Now that the truly hot days of summer have arrived, vitex is ready to show its colors. This is one of the few plants that make Mississippi gardeners and nongardeners alike stop and take notice.

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Shoal Creek Vitex

Shoal Creek Vitex

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