Fall Garden Color

Fall can be one of the most colorful times of year in your garden. Show some fall style in your yard with these plants that display stunning autumn color.

Ornamental Kale – showy plants that give you beautiful whites, pinks, purples and reds from fall through winter. They prefer cool weather and full sun to part shade.Ornamental Kale

Heuchera (Coral Bells)
– exciting colors in compact, clumping plants. Recent work in hybridizing heuchera has left us with an impressive range of jaw dropping varieties. Plant in full sun to part shade.
Heuchera Coral Bells

Ornamental Grasses
– so much variety in color, size and appearance make grasses a must in both landscaping and fall containers. Typically best in full sun to part shade.
Ornamental Grasses
Pansies – vibrant colors that will bloom in the fall and again in the spring. As an added benefit, they will often re-seed themselves. Plant in full sun and water well.
Fall Pansies
Chrysanthemums – another bright blooming classic can give you fall color year after year. Mums generally grow into a 3′ round bush that bursts with color in the fall. They’ll show their best in full sun.
Beautyberry – this deciduous shrub is nice in the spring and summer, but absolutely fantastic in the fall. Growing up to 6′ round it’s covered with long lasting violet berries throughout the fall. Plant in full sun.
Beautyberry Shrub
Barberry – this deer resistant deciduous shrub is at its best in the autumn. A variety of growth habits can find this plant a spot in most landscapes. Likes full sun to part shade.
Barberry Shrub
Fringe Flower – deep burgundy foliage on this evergreen shrub is the perfect backdrop for the hot pink flowers on this plant. Grows into a 5′ round bush. Plant in full sun to part shade.
Loropetalum Fringe Flower

Burning bush



1 Comment

  1. Tammy jacques's Gravatar Tammy jacques
    October 10, 2015    

    I have a strawberry pot of hens and chicks. The chicks are on like a vine coming off the hen. There is most likely forty of them , how and when do I replant the chicks, pot or ground

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