Keep the color going in your fall garden with a combination of summer- and late-blooming annuals and perennials.
By Kristy BruceMore in Outdoors
Whether it's the plume-like, feathery type or the velvety cockscomb variety, celosia is an eye-catching addition to any garden, available in an abundance of vibrant colors. Deadheading is required to continue bloom into the fall. Plant in full sun with rich, well-drained soil. Celosia self seeds. Winter hardy to USDA Hardiness Zones 9 to 10 (Pictured: 'Fresh Look Gold'
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