Fall Power Perennials
Perennials are the anchor of any fall garden. See fall perennial flowers and plans that will power your garden through the first frost.
[MUSIC] After a long hot summer the autumn garden doesn't have to end in a sigh. Check out these hardworking perennials for a fall floral finish. 'Fireworks' Goldenrod is an award-winning classic for almost every fall garden, it's a reliable tough plant, and pollinators love it. While there are many varieties of maiden hair grasses, one of the best for modern gardens is Adagio for it's consistent dwarf habit. It's also a sterile cultivar which means it won't re-seed all over the garden. While little blue stems are popular native warm season grasses, many varieties have a tendency to lodge late in the season But not Standing Ovation, a new variety that doesn't fade or flop as temperatures fall. Hearty Plumbego blooms through the season, but in fall those blue flowers provide an unexpected pop of color as the rest of the landscape fizzles. Pitcher Sage is a North American native that grows in a variety of soil types and is a native alternative to Russian Sage. Hardworking, drought-tolerant sedums come in a variety of sizes, like this ground cover called Lidakense. Windflowers, which come in shades of white and lavender and pink, have been popular perennials in American gardens for well over a century. Country. Hardiness Zone 7, salvia leucantha is a fall-flowering perennial often at full-tilt as cooler temperatures set in. As you've seen, there are many fall-flowering perennials that can add color and pizzaz to your garden. Plant a few and enjoy your garden longer.