If you are looking for flowers that add bright color to your fall garden, Cosmos is right up your street. They make for great bouquets from spring until first frost.
Sumac prefers well-drained soil, and can grow up to 30 feet tall. These hardy red flowers are available in a slew of varieties, so you’re sure to find the perfect type to add visual interest to your garden.
As Gomphrena a drought-resistant specie, they will struggle with dry or clay soil. They can grow about a foot tall and last until frost sets in.
Verbena produces tiny beauties that will bloom profusely until first frost, brightening beds, borders, and hanging baskets even in part shade.
Dianthus’ name comes from the Greek words dios, meaning divine, and anthos, meaning flower. You can cut them for long-lasting bouquets and continued blooming.
Chrysanthemums should never be ignored in this collection. It’s the quintessential fall flower. Place the pots in bright, indirect light and water consistently throughout autumn.
These sunflower-like beauties would be striking in your garden when blooming. Sow the seeds directly in the soil at any point in the summer to get some splashy autumn blooms.
Pansies can’t tolerate heat, but they can withstand the winter. You should plant at the end of summer and they’ll bloom until a hard frost.
Helenium doesn’t just look pretty. These flowers also help repel deer and stops rabbits from munching on other flowers in your bed.
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As these flowers are especially spicy, you shouldn’t try to eat these. Place the pot in your sunniest window for the best “crop,” and water evenly once the soil gets slightly dry.