Everybody thinks of spring and summer as flower season, but just because the temperature drops doesn’t mean your yard is dunzo for the year. Choose the right flowers and you can keep your garden blooming well past Labor Day. Not sure where to start? We’ve got you covered with everything you need to plant this season. Plus, check out our favorite fall flower arrangements.
These blue bloomers also go by the name Chinese Bellflower, but the balloon moniker is right on the money. The buds will actually puff up until they pop open, revealing the beautiful bell-shaped flowers.
Depending on where you live, this native wildflower can appear from late summer to early fall. “Bugbane” also purportedly repels annoying pests while still attracting butterflies.
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