Lynn Rogers is a former high school biology and Spanish teacher. She is a Washington County Master Gardener, a garden writer and a singer in her church choir. She is a proponent of organic gardening and is a plant collector.
 

 

Portraits of outstanding fall-blooming plants.
by Lynn Rogers - posted 09/27/12

 

 

 

Obedient plant blooms bountifully.
 
Ivy-leaved cyclamen, C. hederifolium, is only 4 inches tall but its bright color makes it a stand-out.
 
Japanese anemone ‘Andrea Atkinson’ forms a large colony about 5 feet wide.
 
Very reliable sedum flowers change from pink to deep russet.
 
Narrow-leaf Sunflower is a bright exclamation point in the fall garden.
 
This aster is very fragrant and climbs up to 8 feet.
 
‘October Skies’ native aster
 
This toad lily, Miyazaki, shows some atypical coloration

 

 

 

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