Fall-Blooming Wildflowers We Love
Anemone species that thrive in partial shade include meadow anemone (Anemone canadensis), anemone hybrids (Anemone x hybrida), wood anemone (Anemone nemorosa), and grapeleaf anemone (Anemone tomentosa).
Tropical blossoms and big, verdant foliage are the calling cards of Brugmansia species, also known as angel’s trumpet.
These summer-blooming plants are classified as milkweeds because of their milky sap.
These easy-to-grow plants thrive in full sun and bloom in a wide array of shades.
These flowers come in an array of forms and hues, including hybrids, Coreopsis grandiflora, Coreopsis tinctoria, and Coreopsis tripteris.
Euphorbia corollata and Euphorbia roemeriania produce long-lasting flowers and are also known as spurges.
Lobelia cardinalis and Lobelia siphilitica are native to the Eastern U.S.; the former produces spiky red flowers in the summer months and the latter has white or bright blue blooms.
These dainty flowers bloom out in a spectrum of shades including white, purple, blue, red, and pink.
This genus of coneflowers includes black-eyed Susan, great coneflower, and cutleaf coneflower.
The calling cards of these plants, which grow best in full sun with regular water, are rounded, button-like, bright golden flowerheads.
These plants have attractive, grey-green foliage, and their flowerheads are globe-shaped and resemble full, blue pincushions.
These pretty plants produce deeply aromatic foliage and bloom out with dainty white flowers in the summer months.