Asters are beloved for their captivating daisy-like flowers, which come in various shades of purple, blue, pink, yellow, and white, and they’ve become a flower symbolic of fall.
If you want a super low-maintenance plant that will give you a stunning fall display—vibrant flowers in all our favorite autumn colors, no less—look no further than marigolds.
Strawflowers come in all different varieties and colors, including yellow, orange, red, and white for fall.
Pansies love cooler weather, and these cold-tolerant annual flowers can even handle some frost.
This low-growing annual produces clusters of tiny, fragrant flowers (mini rosettes), making it a good choice for edging your garden beds or spilling over the side of container gardens.
Black-eyed Susans, AKA rudbeckia, are classic fall wildflowers with their golden-yellow petals and a dark central cone.
Dianthus, also known as “pinks,” produce charming, fragrant flowers in various colors, including stunning shades of pink, purple, red, and white.
Was it even October if you didn’t grow mums? These quintessential fall flowers come in a whole array of colors, including rich shades of red, orange, yellow, and purple.
Short-lived perennials that are typically grown as annuals, snapdragons produce tall spikes of colorful, tubular flowers that resemble dragon heads and look stunning in flower arrangements or as edible garnishes.
Dahlias are known for their impressive, large blooms in an array of colors and forms. These perennials thrive in full sun and well-drained soil.
Coneflowers, also called echinacea, are native perennial flowers with striking pinkish purple flowers with a raised central cone.
These little beauties, also called bachelor’s buttons, display vibrant blue, pink, and white blooms that add a touch of nostalgia to your garden.
These annuals are low-maintenance and attract a wide range of pollinators, everything from hummingbirds to ladybugs.
Nasturtiums are prized for their vibrant, hibiscus-like blooms that come in bright red, orange, and yellow.
Calendula, often known as “pot marigold,” boasts bright and cheerful red, yellow, or orange petals.
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