9 plants that will bloom and decorate your garden in the fall (you still have time to admire the flower bed)
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Previously, bouquets were often collected from asters on the first of September — partly precisely because these flowers bloom in all their glory by autumn. Among the asters there are perennial and annual varieties, as well as flowering at different times, until October. In general, asters are quite unpretentious flowers, they do not require special care, only regular watering. They are best planted in a place where perennials have already grown before. Asters look great in a flower bed, bloom profusely, have a bright color, and if you combine several different types, the flower bed will be colorful for a very long time.
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Visually, they are similar to asters, but much taller and larger. Chrysanthemums begin to bloom at the end of summer and continue to bloom throughout the fall. Some types of plants, for example, a spherical chrysanthemum, do not fade until November. Chrysanthemums, like asters, are unpretentious in care: regular watering and top dressing is enough. They do well in sunny meadows.
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A bright spectacular flower that can decorate any flower bed is a dahlia. He feels great in shady places and loves moist soil. But there should not be much water, otherwise the plant will die. Dahlias look great as a visual zoning of a plot or paths; they bloom from July to September.
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The main secret to successfully planting nasturtiums is moderately fertile soil. If you fertilize too much, then the leaves will grow, and the color will disappear. And if planted in poor soil, then nasturtium will generally lose its beauty and brightness. Nasturtium is annual and perennial, depending on the variety. For cold regions, a perennial is chosen, it winters well and can withstand frosts down to -20 degrees. This flower should be planted in well-lit glades, as nasturtium needs the sun. Blooms from June until frost.
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A small delicate, but at the same time bright flower will decorate any autumn flower bed. Pansies bloom from early May until frost (hybrid varieties). It is better to plant them in a sunny place, as in the shade the plant can reduce flowering. Pansies do not need to be watered much, the plant does not like too wet soil. Differs in high resistance to frosts.
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Bright yellow and orange flowers with a specific smell are strongly associated with autumn, as at this time they can be found not only in gardens, but also in city flower beds. Due to its unpretentiousness, this flower will get along in various parts of the garden, it only needs to be watered regularly. It is low, usually a bush is not more than a meter. The plant blooms at the end of June and continues to bloom until the end of October.
Despite the fact that this plant blooms in July, it can be attributed to autumn. The fact is that almost until the end of November, the rhododendron retains its charming green leaves and can become an addition to any flower bed. It tolerates frost well, grows up to 4 meters in length, and lives up to a hundred years. In care, rhododendron is unpretentious, requires regular watering and feels great in a variety of soil types.
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A bright flower that colors the garden right up to the frost. Petunia feels great on the site in the fall, but despite this, it is best to bring it home for the winter. Or prepare new seedlings for the next season. Flowers can be low vertically growing or ground cover, creeping along the ground. Petunia can be planted in various parts of the garden and watered as the soil dries.
The rose is known for its love of low temperatures, so the autumn time is perfect for it. Garden roses bloom until the very frost, and even when the rest of the plants on the site are already in hibernation, the roses continue to please the eye. The most frost-resistant varieties are park, American and Canadian. Roses are planted in open areas, well lit by the sun and protected from drafts. Water regularly, pour water under the root, and not on the flower.
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