5 Best Flowers For Your Fall Garden

Fall is the perfect time to incorporate flowering plants into your garden. So many beautiful blooming plants will add color and interest through autumn. Some of these Flower's bloom throughout the fall, while others will start earlier in the season and continue nonstop until the first frost. Some of the cool-season flowers you planted in spring will even revive with the drop in temperatures and put on a spectacular repeat performance. So, when you're planning your fall garden, be sure to include some of these stunning flowering plants!  

Best Flowers For Your Fall Garden

1. Mums (Chrysanthemum)  

Mums are a beautiful addition to any garden and are most commonly seen in the fall. However, if you want your mums to last longer than one season, it's best to plant them in the spring, so they have time to establish themselves before the cold weather arrives. Make sure to water your mums regularly, especially when it's hot outside. You should also put a layer of mulch around the plants before the cold weather sets in to help keep the roots warm.  

  • Height: 1 to 3 feet tall, 1 to 2 feet wide  
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun  
  • Colors: Yellow, orange, white, red, purple, and bicolors  

 2.Sneezeweed (Helenium)  

Sneezeweed blooms resemble small, russet-toned coneflowers. Many can grow tall, so it's necessary to stake or pinch them. The plant prefers excellent feet and hot heads, meaning you should use a mulch to keep the roots cool but plant it in full sun to keep the top of the plant warm. Additionally, while the plant does best with good drainage, it can tolerate poorly drained soil, such as clay.   

  • Height: 3 to 5 feet tall, 2 to 3 feet wide  
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun   
  • Colors: Red, yellow, orange, gold, copper  

 3. unflower (Helianthus)  

Helianthus is a genus of flowers that includes both annual and perennial varieties. The annual sunflowers are the ones most gardeners are familiar with - they can grow up to 12 feet tall and have large, plate-sized flowers. The perennials in the Helianthus genus tend to bloom later in the season and generally have smaller daisy-like flowers, but they make up for it in quantity. These plants are low-maintenance, but you should keep them well-watered and use fertilizer if you have poor soil.  

  • Height: 3 to 10 feet tall, 1 to 3 feet wide  
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun  
  • Colors: Yellow, orange  

 4.Stonecrop (Sedum)  

Stonecrop is an excellent plant that comes as close to perfection as any plant can. It has a beautiful appearance all year, requires very little maintenance, and is seldom affected by problems. The only drawback of stonecrop is that it's not deer resistant. However, if you prune your plant in early July, you can encourage bushier and sturdier growth. You can get those from Tina’s Flower - best flowers shop in Woodland Hills

  • Height: 1 to 2 feet tall and wide  
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun  
  • Colors: Yellow, red, pink, white  

5. Autumn Crocus (Colchicum autumnale)  

The autumn crocus is a little-known gem that blooms in the fall. These beautiful flowers thrive in partial shade and moist soil conditions. They only grow to be a few inches tall, making them the perfect addition to any garden, as they can be scattered throughout or used to line walkways and tree bases. For optimum plant health, reduce watering during the summer when the leaves start to yellow and die back. Resume watering in late summer when the leaves turn green again, keeping the soil moist but not soggy.  

  • Sun Exposure: Full sun to partial shade  
  • Colors: Yellow, white, burgundy, purple, pink  


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