Looking to liven up your garden this fall? Try these five fall flowers that are sure to add a nice pop of color this time of year.
Aster – Bearing pink, blue, purple and white flowers, these colorful blooms need full sun and well-drained soil to prosper in the autumn months.
Goldenrod – These tough, beautiful flowers look good year-around, and will provide a refreshing dose of color to your garden variety. It grows best in full sun and well-drained soil.
Russian Sage – Known for its toughness and sweet scent, the airy blue flowers and silvery foliage of the Russian Sage make for a unique addition to any autumn garden. It grows best in full sun and well-drained soil.
Helenium – As one of the group of native plants in the daisy family, the Helenium’s cheery orange, yellow and red blooms fit in nicely with autumn’s signature colors. Easy to grow, Helenium grows best in full sun and well-drained soil.
Colchicum – The Colchicum resembles fall-blooming crocuses on steroids. Boasting bright pink and white flowers, the Colchicum grows best in sun or shade and well-drained soil.