Paul James' ideas for adding late season color

Posted at 8:37 AM, Sep 15, 2015

We know that the leaves in eastern Oklahoma will begin to change colors over the next few weeks and the results are always beautiful! But what if you want to add some instant color to your garden this time of the year?

Paul James, with Southwood Landscape and Garden Center, shows us several ideas on how to add a pop of late season color to your garden.

Paul says that pansies and mums are the most popular late season plants to buy but some more unusual plants also work well in getting that additional color. 

He says that ornamental peppers, sweet potato vine, sages, strawflower and a few others are great alternatives.

Click on the video, attached to this story, for more ideas on adding additional color to the garden.