Enhance Your Garden With Autumn Flowers
With autumn flowers, you can keep your garden blooming well into the fall. Having autumn flowering plants allows you to continue having fresh flowers in the house. Here you will find a brief list of flowers that can be added to your garden to keep it blooming until Halloween.
Baby’s breath is always a popular choice for its ability to fill out and compliment displays of cut flowers. This annual does best in full to partial sun, likes rich garden soil, and can grow up to two feet tall.
Rose of Sharon, or Althaea, is a shrub-type plant with large blooms that open in August, and will continue blooming until the first frost. These hardy plants can grow to between 8 and 10 feet in height, with a spread of 4 to 6 feet. The blooms are large, and available in white, purple, red or light blue.
Of course, there are also mums, roses and petunias. All can continue blooming until the first frost. With the flowers listed here, and many others, you can continue to enjoy a colorful, attractive garden well into the fall.