Autumn Flowers

Black Berry Lilly

Fall has officially arrived and with it, a beautiful new assortment of flowers that bloom in abundance! Fill your home and garden with flowers that will thrive in the fall weather so you can enjoy them for much longer.

Autumn is the season of the primary harvest. By the calendar, Autumn falls during September – November in the Northern and Southern hemispheres.Crops are harvested during Autumn. Leaves change color are at their beautiful best. According to some websites, when it comes to timing, it’s usually too hot to plant through the first part of August because a late August planting would still subject your transplants to excessive heat-stress, and you should start planning and planting your autumn flowerbed in early September.

Red Chrysanthemum

Flowers Blooming in Autumn are:
Acashia, Allium, Alstromeria, Amaranthus, Anemone, Baby’s Breath, Bittersweet, Carnation, China berry, Chrysanthemum, Cockscomb, Cosmos, Echinops, Freesia, Gerbera Daisy, Gladiolus, Hypericum, Iris, Juniper, Kangaroo paw, Kalancheo, Liatrus, Lily, Asiatic, Lily, Gloriosa, Misty Blue, Orchid, Pepper berry, Protea, Queen Ann’s Lace, Quince, Rover, Roses, Rowen berry, Salvia, Solidago, Statice, Star of Bethlehem, Sunflower, Yarrow, Zinnia.

Prepare your garden or vases with flowers full of vibrant reds, yellows, oranges, and greens! For more information and tips about autumn flowers, see our Facebook page! To see our selection of autumn flowers, visit our website!

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