What You Should Plant this Fall
Updated: Aug 26, 2020
Summer may be coming to end, but autumn is a great time for gardening! Here is a list of some plants that look amazing during the fall.
Flowering Pear Trees are spectacular and have excellent fall color and an exciting spring bloom. Chanticleer Pear and Javelin Pear have it all, beautiful white spring flowers and yellow orange, red and purple fall color. These trees are resistant to Fire Blight and a fast growing, well performing tree in the Fort Collins area.
Sale price 15 gallon Chanticleer pear for $139.99, 10 gallon Chanticleer pear for $76.99, 7 gallon Javelin pear for $104.99.
Rudbeckia comes in a wide variety of sizes and colors, and is either a tender perennial or true perennial, depending on the variety.
Cool Crop Veggies – Get another round of crops this fall! Lettuce, chard, broccoli, or spinach in individual cell packs and/or small containers. These cool crop veggies grow great this time of year, and provide a bit of longevity for your garden!
Mums are another great option. Plant them in the ground or keep them in containers to spruce up your outdoor decor! These pretty little flowers continue blooming even when other plants are on the decline for the season.
Pansies always provide a bright and happy pop of color for any landscaping or porch decor. These annuals come in a large range of colors too, so mix and match, or start to formulate your favorite color scheme!
Plumbago is a true blue perennial flower. It is a great plant if you are looking for some ground cover, and its foliage turns red in the fall, creating a beautiful contrast of color!
Asters are vibrant perennial flowers known for their long lasting blooms. Add these to your yard for color that outlasts the rest!
Hardy Hibiscus are another gorgeous perennial flower. Its blooms are very large in comparison, and provide a beautiful, eye-catching touch to any yard with colors range from dark red to white.