Gardening Basics

Color Your September Garden

Between the dog days of summer and crisp, colorful autumn, there can be an awkward period of drab in the garden. Here's how to brighten your late summer and early fall landscape.

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Cigar plant or firecracker plant (Cuphea sp.) holds its flowers from late summer to the first frost. The tubular red flowers attract hummingbirds.

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