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  •  Sedum Autumn Joy (5+ / 0-)

    will grow just about anywhere in the States and is a good insect-draw for late August and early September, which tends to lack a lot of flowers . . . well, except compositae, so sunflowers and asters, but they'll bloom before the asters, about the same time as Rudbeckia.  But if you haven't tried it and you like watching insects have a good time, do.  You'll have everything from white moths to honeybees to teeny-weeny little native bees crawling all over it.

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