Warm Up Your Fall Garden With Yellow Orange and Red
and all the ‘free time’ we have been spending as a family.
However, fall, and then winter is coming, regardless of how I feel about it. There
the leaves of the trees, but of the fall blooming flowers as well.
If you don’t have them already growing in your garden or yard, you may want to
consider adding these perennials to warm up your fall garden.
prefers the sun.
These make for great cut flowers, to add to your bouquets and arrangements –
but they do also look really nice grown together in large groups of daisies.
Also a fan of the sun, the Torch Lily, is almost too bright! Bundling up the leaves
and tying them over the flower in the fall, will protect the plant from the cold.
Black Eyed Susan
Drought tolerant, and blooming for weeks, they do well in a wildflower garden,
and also in borders, planted in masses.
These look lovely in a wildflower garden or yard, along with the lupins (spent by
arrangements as a cut flower.
Another hardy perennial that prefers the sun, and requires well drained soil.
Also known as Penstemon, some varieties are reliable self seeders. They are drought
tolerant, and would be a nice addition to a rock garden.
With flowers the size of dinner plates, this semi- hardy perennial will take care of itself.
Give it sun, moist and well drained soil, and lots of room.
These hardy plants prefer to be in moist / wet soil – like beside a pond or marshy area.
Also known as Lobelia, this hardy plant prefers the sun, and reseeds rather easily.
Fall Gardens. Celebrate. Plan. Decorate.
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