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Olympic Lawn’s Fall Planting Recommendations

11-02-2011 02:08 AM CET | Fashion, Lifestyle, Trends

Press release from: Olympic Lawn & Landscape

Kansas City’s first frost may be just around the corner, but fall season is still in full swing. Fall is one of the prettiest seasons in the Midwest, with the rich hues of reds, yellows and oranges appearing through leaves and fall foliage. To beautify your home this season, consider planting long-lasting fall plants.

“Fall is one of the best times to plant perennials and to add long-lasting, colorful annuals to your outdoor landscape and decorating,” said Tim Brown, owner of http://www.olympiclawn.net.

Best Plants for Fall

Brown recommends the following fall plants that will last through nights of cooler temperatures and more of the fall season:

1. Mums – these beautiful plants come in a variety of fall colors like yellow, maroon, orange, white, and even purple. Mums will keep their blooms for several weeks and can endure several nights of cooler weather.
2. Violas – these deep blue and purple blooms actually may thrive in cool weather
3. Pansies – from the same family as violas, these flowers come with a variety of options and can accent any flower bed or container arrangement.

“Fall plants don’t have to be boring,” said Brown. “There are so many ways to add beautiful pops of color through long-lasting, cooler weather-thriving, plants.”

Olympic Lawn & Landscape is a quality landscape artist located in Lee’s Summit, MO and surrounding areas specializing in concrete curbing, custom landscape designs and outdoor living areas. Learn more at http://www.olympiclawn.net.

Olympic Lawn & Landscape
114 W. Cannon Drive
Lone Jack, MO 64070
(816) 679-2720
Attn: Tim Brown

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