With its flamboyant foliage, autumn is known to be a particularly colorful season. Indeed, red and yellow, passing through orange colors, then invade the trees. However, fall isn’t just about the leaves changing colors. There are also the autumn flowers, still present, which adorn our gardens, our beds or our planters. Discover 10 fall flowers to bring color to the garden.
- climbing flowers
- autumn bulbs
- Autumn flowering shrubs
- Annual fall flowers
This flower blooms between July and November . Fragrant, it reveals cream-colored petals with long purple filaments. It will appreciate places in partial shade with a rather light soil.
Clematis blooms in late fall and winter. Purple in color and sometimes cream speckled with purple, it strongly resembles a bell. Exposure to the sun in a drained soil will provide it with everything it needs for its development.
3) Crocus sativus
Blooming in the fall, the crocus offers purple flowers with yellow stamens and red filaments. This plant is also grown for saffron.
This plant with large flowers of about 20cm in diameter blooms between July and autumn. It can grow in optimal conditions in the sun and in cool soil. It can reach up to 1.5m in height.
Autumn flowering shrubs
5) The oleander
This small shrub which blooms during the winter will particularly appreciate shady places with drained soil. Its pink buds will open to offer pretty white flowers.
6) Winter heather
This shrub bears many cluster-shaped bright pink flowers. It will flower during the winter in a sunny place.
Light purple in color and star-shaped, asters bloom in the fall in a place well exposed to the sun.
Chrysanthemums look like large daisies. They bloom between October and November. They will develop in perfect conditions in a sunny corner of the garden.
Annual fall flowers
9) Maryland Zinnia
The flowering of the zinnia takes place between July and November. It offers flowers of multiple colors in the shape of a daisy. This plant is perfect for bouquets.
Yellow, white, and sometimes purple pansy flowers bloom between March and November. Know that the flowers are edible and are ideal for coloring dishes.