Beautiful gardens appeal to our senses. The colors and immense diversity of design combinations, fragrance, flavors, sounds from birds and insects attracted to the plants and variety of textures.
What else you can ask for? Even imagination gives peace…
But this harmony demands management. Your garden needs proper care and maintenance. So what you do for that? Remember professionals are well versed with skills. You can research and appoint professionals for garden management services.
Your gardening area defines your home. If the garden is messy, unmanageable, not well maintained you probably are stealing the impression of your house.
For maintaining and managing your garden one must put professionals in front to keep this good work going on by new kinds of innovative ideas, creativity and better knowledge of gardening.
But there is always little which you can do on your own. In today’s blog, let’s get highlights about flowers which can bring vibrant colors to your boring autumn garden. Without delay, scroll down and enjoy your journey to flowery world:
Make your garden colorful after the autumn
In golden autumn, days are even shorter but these annual flowers will add color to your autumn garden. But you don’t have to worry about a boring autumn garden. Here are a few of our favorites that will make your garden look beautiful.
Violas come in many colors and are easier to grow than pansies. With the elusive scent of flowers, you can create a gorgeous autumn container by combining five colors of violas. The genus includes dog violas, and then the group of scentless species whose common name include the word ‘Viola’. Violas are edible flowers and make unexpected garnishes, salad ingredients, candied frosted effect and used to decorate cakes and other confections.
Lobelia is one of the bluest attractive annual herbs with many varieties that you can find anywhere. Lobelia seed can be sown directly in the garden, it looks great as a trailing plant when planted next to taller flowering annuals. These plants typically require an area with full sun but will tolerate partial shade. They also prefer moist and rich soil and water thoroughly. Lobelia should delight your garden with blossom about mid-summer.
Geraniums do well in the cooler temperatures of autumn. Geranium is perfect for cottage gardens. Geranium is an excellent choice for sunny beds and borders, tucked in with other annuals and perennials. Another great combination: bright pink geraniums with blue lobelia. All the above species are perennials and generally winter-hardy plants, grown for their attractive flowers and foliage.
The bright orange flowers contrast nicely with this old green wheelbarrow. Marigold are a favorite, no-fuss annual that bring the color of sunshine to a garden, as well as butterflies, bees, ladybugs and other beneficial insects. They are widely adaptable and extremely low- maintenance. When the flowers fade, sprinkle some of the seed throughout your garden and they will reappear after winter.
Cosmos are a must-have for any garden. Cosmos produce 3- to 5-inch daisy-like flowers in various colors including pink, orange, red and yellow, white, and maroon. Cosmos are easy to start from seed, but for autumn planting you’re better off buying transplants. Blooming throughout the summer months, they attract birds, bees, and butterflies to your garden.
So as your summer flowers fade, celebrate the arrival of fall with these autumn bloomers!
These were few must have flowers for this autumn. Let them bloom in the favorite corner of your house. For professional help call Mr. Edlyne, we provides you with the best garden service with knowledgeable and skilled professionals that will make your garden look outstanding. Be it spring, autumn, or summer we will make sure your garden blooms with all the natural tints.
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