Flowers to decorate your garden in autumn

With the arrival of September, summer leaves to give way to, what is for many, one of the most beautiful seasons of the year: autumn. The leaves of the trees change color, while various plants brighten the garden with their magnificent flowers.

In this article we will see some of the flowers that sprout on these dates.

Chrysanthemum

Chrysanthemum

Chrysanthemums are a very large genus of flowering plants of many shapes and sizes. In China and Japan it is considered the autumn flower, but the truth is that due to its colors and sizes they are plants for the whole year. They can grow in any type of soil, in full sun and with frequent waterings.

Sunflower

Sunflower

The sunflower is an annual herbaceous of different sizes and flowers. The most common is the yellow sunflower, which can reach several meters in height. However, there are also other colors, such as red or orange, which are smaller.

They are plants that resist drought, fast growing, that do not need great care. A location in full sun and watering them two or three times a week will suffice.

Purslane

Purslane

Portulaca is one of the easiest plants to grow and maintain. It is very prolific, of very fast growth, that is used to have in flowerpot or to cover floors.

It has the peculiarity that they can come out of the same plant flowers of different colorsas long as it is exposed to full sun. Resists drought without problems.

Marigold

Marigold

Herbaceous plant that can reach half a meter in height. It adapts to all types of floors, requiring a sunny location. Its flowers, orange, red or yellow, combine very well with autumn.

There are no excuses for not being able to enjoy a flowering garden at this beautiful time of year. These plants, forming a massif or planted in a pot, will decorate any corner with their beautiful flowers.

Image – Gardening guide, The tedubois, FUNFAUBA, ALBOGARDEN, Plants that heal

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Flowers to decorate your garden in autumn

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