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Wildflowers in JUNE

Posted by hopin4rain Southern TN (My Page) on
Wed, May 4, 11 at 20:11

I have planted TONS of annuals for my wedding (June 25th,2011) but I am slightly afraid that nothing will be ready in time for the wedding. I was wondering what wildflowers usually bloom around this time and if there are any annuals that you would suggest that I plant now (I know that the wedding is very close to be still planting stuff, but if anything has a REALLY early bloom date then I am completely up for suggestions!)

Thank you so much for helping me out!

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RE: Wildflowers in JUNE

My gailardia and rudbeckia are blooming now they will continue to bloom till fall. My shasta daisy silver princess is budding, and my becky will be blooming by then. Another plant is a knockout rose they have been blooming for several weeks and also will continue till fall. Any type of salvia would be nice, or phlox paniculata. Clematis is another.

So many options, I hope those few help.

RE: Wildflowers in JUNE

Any annuals that you put in will look great by June. Perennials are a different story. If you transplant now they will flop. If you buy plants, lilies look great in June. Coreopsis and Yarrow are also good wildflower choices. Also, consider Lavender and Salvia. Congratulations on your marriage and good luck with the landscaping.

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