Most perennials can be planted in fall or early spring.
Dec 02, 5 Great Fall Flowers for Georgia Gardens Friday, December 02, Planting Fall Flowers in Georgia. The state of Georgia includes regions that fall into four different USDA plant Violas. The simple yet eye-catching blossoms of plants in the Viola genus, a division of the family Violaceae, are. Aug 11, In this section: American Beech / Fagus grandifolia American Holly / Ilex opaca American Yellowwood / Cladrastis kentukea Bald Cypress / Taxodium distichum Black Gum or Tupelo / Nyssa sylvatica Black Walnut / Juglans nigra Chestnut Oak / Quercus prinus Eastern Hemlock / Tsuga canadensis Eastern Red.
Mar 05, For some the dichotomy of the two days causes a dilemma, but not in the garden. Despite being battered by ice, snow, and frigid temps, the double crimson Camellia burst into bloom on schedule.
This lovely red flower serves as tribute to love as well as a reminder of Ash Wednesday obligations. Apr 20, Viburnums are some of the toughest shrubs out there, and these spring-bloomers have pretty white to pinkish-white blooms with a distinctively spicy scent and attractive reddish fall foliage.
They’ll tolerate some shade.
Plant where you can enjoy the fragrance or as part of a shrub border. Jul 27, Sweet Potato Vine. This colorful annual vine loves the heat, but it also tolerates the cooler days of fall. Sweet potato vine’s lime green or burgundy leaves make a splash on their own or in a planter of mixed annuals. Varieties to try: Sweet Caroline Kiwi, Sweet Caroline Bewitched, and shrubpruning.barted Reading Time: 6 mins.