15 Flowers That’ll Spruce Up Your Garden This Autumn
Autumn Gardens have to look drab…
There are lots of lovely flowering plants that are hardy enough to withstand the change in weather.
Chrysanthemums are a quintessential Autumn garden flower, and you can pick up ‘mums’ really cheaply at your local supermarket or garden centre. Set the pots in bright, indirect light and water whenever the top inch of soil dies out. To keep them blooming (and looking neat), cut off buds as they wilt.
Japanese Anenomes also add a great splash of colour. Autumn garden reds and oranges look great and all, but you won’t mind seeing a splash of pink from these lovely flowers through your window this October. Bonus for shady yards: This versatile border plants thrive in part sun.
For more inspiration on how to add a splash of colour to your garden this Autumn visit the Good Housekeeping Website here>