25 plants and flowers for a perfect autumn garden

25 plants and flowers for a perfect autumn garden

Yes, we know that summer is over, but that does not mean that the color has to leave your garden. Check out the photos and choose the plants and flowers that you like the most! In addition, here you will find several examples to create your own bouquet or centerpiece. All ready for an unforgettable autumn!

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The most popular flower of autumn symbolizes optimism, fun and longevity. Less the variety in yellow, which is related to unrequited love!

Chinese bell

This plant will surprise you as the buds grow until the expected bell-shaped flower appears.

Racemosa Cimifuga

Depending on the area where you live, this wild plant may appear at the end of summer or at the beginning of autumn. In addition, it repels pests and attracts butterflies. Wonderful, right?


With a fragrance and a dreamlike color, the Lobularia will create in your garden a blanket of white, purple or pink tones.

You can also place them in baskets and let the flowers hang on the sides.


If you want your garden to be filled with fall colors, Celosia is your plant. It does not always produce feathers, but there are other varieties, such as Celosia Cristata, which gives super-curvy curvilinear flowers.


Purple is one of the colors of autumn, so this flower is a safe bet. Plant them together in different shades and get a chic garden!


This plant grows fast and looks great in all seasons, with lilac flowers in spring and bright purple berries in winter.


Butterflies love the groups of these little flowers. To grow well you will need a sunny space and well-drained soil.

Chinese lantern

Although the flowers look very beautiful in summer, the colorful buds are what have made this plant so popular. Also, if you let it grow free in a quiet environment, it will spread quickly.

Colchicum Autumnale

The bulbs of this autumn plant sprout the same as those of spring, however, the first belongs to the family of lilies.


Forget about myths, Solidago does not produce allergies, but it can spread incredibly.


With white, purple or pink flowers, the Calluna can fill large areas of color with color. Although the green, red and bronze tones also add an interesting touch in winter.


You will be amazed by its flowers of red, orange and yellow colors.


With yellow petals and the brown center, Heliopsis blooms year after year from mid summer to autumn.


The varieties of the Iberis bloom twice a year, once in spring, and again in autumn. Plant them on a stone wall and they will grow on the sides.

Japanese anemone

The white, pink and purple flowers of the Japanese Anemone need a moist soil and, why not ?, a space where they can sway slightly with the breeze. Your beauty deserves it!


The varieties of this plant include silver, red and violet tones.


This flower adds blues and purples to a season dominated by warm tones. Tall stems are beautiful, but be careful because it is a poisonous plant.

Ornamental Peppers

Ornamental Peppers are ideal for creating colored mantles in your garden. You can eat the fruits, but it is not recommended, since this variety is more decorative and the flavor is too spicy.


These famous flowers can be seen all year round, but they are also able to withstand the winter weather while adding a note of color. In fact, there are varieties that can survive even light snow.

Russian sage

A member of the mint family, Russian Sage develops small purple flowers and foliage between green and silver, from mid summer to autumn, even with drought!


With thick leaves and striking flowers, this plant stands out from the rest. In addition, tall and slow-growing varieties spread rapidly, wearing pink and red petals that attract butterflies.


Its mottled flowers resemble orchids. Just be careful with deer and rabbits!

Turtle head

The flowers of this special plant grow in purple, pink and white tones. In addition, it can reach almost a meter.

Witch hazel

In addition to possessing medicinal properties, the bushes develop pointed flowers from autumn to winter.

Via: House Beautiful US