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30 Pretty Fall Flowers That Will Add Color To Your Autumn Garden


If you’re like me and don’t enjoy having flowers in your garden, then you might be thinking that the fall is the perfect time to cut them all back. But that’s not the case! There are lots of beautiful flowers that will still add color and interest to your autumn garden—even if they don’t bloom until late summer or early fall.

Garden Mums

Garden mums are a fall favorite, and there are so many reasons why you should add them to your garden. These plants can be planted in the spring or fall. They can grow in full sun or partial shade and will bloom for months on end! You can also grow them in pots or place them directly in your yard, but if you live somewhere where it gets cold at night (like where I do), then I recommend planting this outside when you get around to it.

Japanese Anemones

Japanese anemones are a type of anemone that grows wild in the United States. They have a delicate fernlike appearance, and they’re easy to grow. You can plant them in the spring or fall, but they prefer light shade areas.

Japanese anemones make great additions to your front porch or patio because they’re low-maintenance plants that require little water once established (they don’t need much at all). If you’re looking for something that’s going to add some color without taking up too much space, this may be your best bet!

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Asters are a genus of flowering plants in the family Asteraceae. The name Aster is derived from the Greek word for “star”. They are native to North America, Europe, and North Africa. They grow mostly on mountain ridges or other rocky sites where moisture is available but not too much rain.

The flowers have five petals arranged in an umbrella shape at the end of a long stalk (the filaments), which can be yellow, orange, or red depending on the species. The flower head consists of 5–20 individual flowers arranged along racemes that look like stars at night when they’re open (sometimes with purple streaks).

Sedum (Starts Blooming In Late Summer And Continues Into The Fall)

Sedum is a type of succulent that has been around for centuries. It’s also known as stonecrop or hardy geranium and grows well in containers or on the ground. Sedum can be grown indoors, but it’s best if you plant it outdoors, where it will get plenty of sunlight and fresh air. The plant only needs water once every two weeks during the summer months. However, if you need to give your sedum more frequent watering than this schedule suggests (because you live in an area with hot summers), then try soaking your plants regularly with a diluted vinegar solution instead!

Sedum flowers come in many different varieties such as “Angelina” which has white petals surrounded by red stems; “Leucanthemum” which has yellow flowers; “Purple Fireball” which blooms lavender-pink blossoms; etcetera…

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Miscanthus Grasses (Pearl-Colored Flowers Appear At The End Of Each Stem)

Miscanthus grasses (pearl-colored flowers appear at the end of each stem) are a great way to add color to your autumn garden. They’re also great for cuttings, dried arrangements, and even wreaths!

If you don’t have room for a whole field of these plants in your yard, try growing them indoors with an artificial light source like fluorescent lighting. You’ll be able to enjoy them all season long without having to water them or worry about too much direct sunlight—all while saving money on fertilizer costs!

Greek Mountain Sage (Architectural-Shaped Flower Spikes)

Greek mountain sage is a perennial that is native to the Mediterranean region. It grows up to 6 feet tall, making it a very hardy plant that can grow in many different climates. This makes it perfect for your fall flower garden!

Greek mountain sage has architectural-shaped flower spikes that look like they were hand-sculpted by Michelangelo himself. The bright orange flowers have yellow centers and purple centers, as well as brown throats with white tips, which gives them their unique look!

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Marigolds are beautiful flowers that can be planted in the fall. They’re easy to grow and don’t require much care, attracting butterflies and bees with their bright orange color. Marigolds are drought tolerant, so they’ll thrive in your garden even during the worst of droughts.

Marigold flowers generally last for about two weeks—but if you’d like them to last longer for an added pop (and who wouldn’t?), try transplanting them from seed containers into larger pots or containers before setting them outdoors after frost has passed.

Coneflowers (A Native Prairie Flower That Attracts Butterflies And Birds)

Coneflowers (a native prairie flower that attracts butterflies and birds)

Coneflowers are a bright yellow, which is why they’re also known as “goldenrods.” They grow in a conical shape and have very small flower heads. This makes them perfect for small gardens, where space is at a premium. Coneflowers will attract bees and hummingbirds to your yard while adding color to the autumn landscape!

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Ornamental Peppers (Varieties Range From Bright Orange, To Yellow, Purple, And Red)

Ornamental peppers (varieties range from bright orange to yellow, purple, and red) are a great choice for fall because they’re drought-resistant. They also come in many colors and can be grown in containers or on the patio.

Hellebores (The Christmas Rose Plant Is Known As One Of The First Blooms Of Spring But Some Varieties Can Bloom Until Christmas Into February)

If you’re looking for a plant that will add color to your garden, the Christmas rose plant is one of the first blooms of spring. It has clusters of pink or white flowers and grows up to 12 inches high. The Christmas rose is hardy in USDA zones 4–9, making it perfect for indoor use as well as outdoor gardens.

The Christmas rose can be grown in pots or on the ground and will bloom for about six weeks after planting out during late winter or early spring (around Thanksgiving time).

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Celosia (Often Referred To As Cockscomb After Its Feathery And Spiky Appearance In Shades Of  Yellow, Orange, Or Red)

Celosia (often referred to as cockscomb after its feathery and spiky appearance in shades of yellow, orange, or red) is a flowering plant that grows between 24 and 60 inches tall. It blooms from late summer until early fall with purple or white petals and sometimes has yellow centers.

Celosia flowers are often used in bouquets because they’re easy to care for, but they can also be grown as decorative plants for home gardens.

You don’t have to miss out on flowers just because it’s fall.

Fall flowers are beautiful, and there are plenty of ways to use them in your home decorating plans. If you want to add some color and texture to your home this fall, consider using some fall blooms!


We hope that this list has given you some new ideas for your fall garden. If you’re looking for more information about the plants mentioned here or other fall flowers, we recommend checking out these resources:

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