One of our excellent maintenance team members, Cody, said that he loves seeing the rudebeckias and plants them until we sell out.Our indoor galleries fairy garden expert, Barbara McGraw, had a great answer for my question about which fall plant did she like to use for this unique transition time. She said, "Nothing! I just wait until the winds and hot weather die down and then head straight into winter color." My colleague & friend Kim said, "Foxgloves, stock, delphiniums, canterbury bells, iceland poppies & pansies and rununculus bulbs all together because the pansies give you good color now and then the rest bloom from February until the end of spring." My favorites in the garden right now are my pentas 'Nova' and some black panolas. I have such strong color that very little more is needed. The bright pink of the pentas make me happy every time I walk out the door and the black pansy/viola flowers remind me that cooler weather is on its way.