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Fabulous Fall Blooming Flowers

It is getting cooler but the flowers in my garden seem unfazed. Cloudy days and incessant rains and even a smattering of snow seem to be just what they need at this time of year. While some perennials have withered and died, many others, both annuals and perennial flowers are in full bloom. I am amazed at how hardy some plants are in near freezing temperatures. The remaining vegetables had to be covered or picked but some of the flowers are holding up well.

If you want a fall blooming garden there are some things you can do. Ensure you include fall blooming perennials and annuals in your garden.  Not all fall blooming flowers are suitable for all climates so check with your local garden center to ensure that you make the right choice for your hardness zone. Continue to water and care for your fall blooming plants as long as they remain alive.

Some of the fall blooming flowers in my garden are Foxgloves, Asters, Blanket Flower, Roses, Malva and pansies.

 

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  1. You are right, you must know your zone to get the right kinds of plants. I have a few blooms still around I have posted about. And the hummers are still visiting the feeder. 80s temperatures right now in October.

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