Below find some truly beautiful bushes and plants to spice up your fall garden. Enjoy.
Physalis alkelengi – Chinese Lantern – a favorite fall “flower”. Visit www.sarahaven.com
One of my favorites, peonies in the fall. Visit www.ehow.com.
Beautiful combination. Visit www.ericsander.com.
“Toffee Twist’ a Carex with coppery brown foliage which turns a rich mahogany color by fall. Visit www.greatgardenplants.com.
Chokeberry bush. Visit google.com.
Staghorn Sumac. Visit Google.com
Nepeta – blooms all fall! Visit www.dutchgardens.com.
Red twig dogwood in the fall. Visit www.thisoldhouse.com.
Oaks leaf hydrangea in full glory! It will continue to deepen to burgundy as temperatures drop. Visit www.facebook.com.
Sedum ‘Autumn Joy’ – a fall classic
Issai Beautyberry – Callicarpa Dichotoma Issai.Visit beautifulflowerpictures.
Fireworks Goldenrod in early Fall. Visit petscribbles.blogspot.com.
Blueberries are excellent landscape plants with great fall color. Visit northwestbotanicals.wordpress.com.
Pyrocantha–fire thorn. a thorny, low maintenance security shrub.Visit www.monrovia.com.
Clematis seed heads.Visit www.lovefreshflowers.com
Fall Hydrangeas. Visit www.flickr.com
Oakleaf “Snowflake”Hydrangea (Hydrangea quercifolia). Visit www.idyllhaven.blogspot.com.
Hardy Begonia – keeps it’s pink flowers until the first frost.
Sedum is a great fall color perennial, and the cultivar ‘Autumn Joy’ has reliable golden hues. Visit www.houzz.com.
Crimson clover, the most beautiful of cover crops. Visit www.growveg.com.
Virginia Creeper in autumn on purple garden shed
Purple fountain grass~ Visit www.purplefountaingrass.net.
Brilliant golden Japanese maple. Visit www.bgh.com.
Cranberry cotoneaster offers dazzling red fruits with attractive purple-red fall color. Visit www.bhg.com.
Containers with grasses, mums, asters, and flowering kale for fall. Visit www.bgh.com.
Goldenrod -a fantastic winter seed heads! Visit www.pbase.com.
Sorbus hupehensis ‘Pink Pagoda’ autumn leaves and berries. Visit www.flickr.com
Beautiful fall-blooming clematis -Clematis paniculata. Visit www.blog.mlive.com.
Golden Spirit Smokebush. Visit www.brokenarrownusery.com.
Calamagrostis brachytricha+Verbena Bonariensis. Visit www.outofmyshed.co.uk.
Fall wouldn’t be fall without the cheery yellow flowers of goldenrod. It’s a tough, beautiful plant that looks good despite summer heat and drought. Visit www.bhg.com.
Russian sage does the trick with its airy blue flowers and silvery foliage. Visit www.bgh.com.
One of the quintessential autumn plants, sedum bursts into bloom at summer’s end. Visit www.bgh.com.
One of the most exotic bulbs, red spider lilies burst out of the ground producing spidery clusters of bright red flowers. After the flowers fade, the plants send up their strappy leaves. Visitor www.bgh.com.
Turtlehead earned its name because of the shape of its pink or white blooms. It also has lustrous, glossy green foliage that looks great until frost. Visit www.bhg.com.
Mexican sage is a great choice for ending the season thanks to its downy stems and purple flowers. Visit www.bhg.com.
Give your garden structure with this flowering shrub. Witch hazel offers spidery yellow flowers and wonderful golden-yellow fall foliage. Visit www.bhg.com.
Winterthur smooth witherod viburnum. Visit bdingblog.com.
Anise Hyssop goes a lovely warm yellow. Visit www.bgh.com.
Cotton candy bush. Visit collectionsetc.com
Variegated rock cress: Transforms from green and white to peach and maroon. Visit canadiangardening.com.
Piet Oudolf-staghorn sumac. Visit green-home.tumblr.com.
Fall color of an American Cranberry Viburnum. Stunning! Visit www.flickr.com.