Lots of plants offer golden blooms or leaves in autumn, and they can make any garden glow. Here are eight of our favorites.|Article: Gene B. Bussell, Steve Bender
Salvia madrensisWinter hardy in all but the Upper South, this surprising salvia grows 5 to 8 feet tall and wide. Spikes of butter-yellow blooms
crown the stems in fall.
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