Hardy autumn plants for containers: Flowering plants that beautify the balcony, yard, and terrace
If you’re wondering what makes a good, hardy fall plant, you have many lovely options. In this article, you will find a large selection of
In the fall, many garden plants begin to prepare for the cold winter months. Having spent the summer producing buds and seeds, they are now ready to slow things down and prepare for new growth next spring. This can make your garden look a bit drab in the fall. You’ll likely notice gaps in the beds, dead stems, and a general lack of color. The good news is that you can create lots of new colors, textures, and interests with fall-blooming plants.
By focusing on fall plants in tubs and