This garden was started in late Fall.
Paul Bousquet

Planted in fall, this garden blooms in spring


This garden in Boulder, Colorado, was started in October.

Landscape architect Martin Mosko of Marpa & Associates ( or 303/442-5220) has discovered that when the weather stays mild, fall-planted gardens gain a "year's growth" over those planted in spring.

Here, a wall frames bright pink peonies, white-striped moss pink (Phlox subulata), cerise dianthus, and purple veronica. Blue-violet hardy geraniums bloom to the right of the steps.

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