‘Twisty Baby’ black locust is underplanted with pink Sheffield single mums.

This is the first year for the Sheffies, as they are called. I really like them because they stand up well without staking. Lots of flowers and buds at the same time. The buds have a darker coral color that contrasts well with the lighter pink of the open daisy-like flower. The other thing I like is that they are blooming in late October.

Single mum make great impact that gives an airy look for fall.

Pink Sheffield mum are planted under a black locust cultivar, 'Twisty Baby'.

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