Hang in there .... it has to be SOON, right????
My impatiens did OK. I planted mums a few years ago, but they died almost immediately. Someone told me that asters are a good one to grow, but I haven't found any around here.
I love mums....they don't last here-I try to save them from the year before and it's not too successful!We used to cut all the branches with Hydrangeas blooms and bring them in for a dried flower bouquet! Nice memory.
I love the rich autumn colors of mums. Most of our plants have had a tough summer too.
I agree about the hot, muggy weather! All I want to do it open up the windows and air out the house!
Your mums are beautiful and I hope they do well. It was 38° here when I woke up this morning. Burrrr. But it's much better than the heat, I have to agree with you there. Blessings, Betsy
My plants are looking pretty sick too. That's a good idea to replace with mums for the fall. I'm thinking of doing the same. I had beautiful mums at the old place.
Yes everything is turning golden and it is still muggy. At least it rained.ChristyLilbitbrit
I just bought some mums today to plant in my backyard, I hope the deer don't think they are a yummy treat.Meredith