What’s in Bloom in Forsyth County – September 10

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As temperatures start to decrease a bit, our plants that bloom late in the season are really starting to take off. For more photos and information on where to find these plants, as well as photos from earlier in the season, visit our what’s in bloom page.

Liriope

Liriope is often used to edge paths in the garden. L. muscari spreads less aggressively than its relative, Liriope spicata. Gardeners enjoy the evergreen foliage on this plant.

Stonecrop

Stonecrop has succulent foliage but is a perennial that will return to the garden year after year in our area. It is blooming now and attracts lots of insects.

Beautyberry

We saw the flowers of beautyberry earlier this year, and now its fruit is beginning to ripen. This purple fruit is beautiful and can support birds and wildlife in your garden.