If you are grieving over the loss of your summer garden, not all of them will disappear, the leaves will turn beautifully in shades of red, orange and yellow.
Harvest is also a time when the mountains, roses, shrubs, and trees begin to bear fruit, berries, and other fruits.
In short, unless we are properly planted, there is a lot to look forward to when it comes to cooling off.
Thus, for the first time in its 108-year history, the RHS Chelsea Flower Festival seems to be taking place from September 21 to 26, rather than the usual May Day. Seasonal changes change the appearance, mood, and plant preferences of most exhibitions, and designers make the most of a fall garden in their fall gardens.
So what kind of plants and color schemes should we use in our gardens at this time? At the RHS Chelsea Flower Show in this field, we asked some botanists at Squire’s Garden Centers to give us the top five plants they would use if they had a garden.
Spring Wildlife Shelter Garden
“You always choose plants that attract wildlife, birds and insects to the garden,” explained Teresa Scattergod, plant manager at Square Washington.
So, with this in mind, here are the five best plants for the harvest:
- Verbena bonariensis -Bearing the bright purple flowers that bees absolutely love.
- Rudbeckia Hirata – Large bright yellow or orange flowers, this sun-loving one feels like watching eternal sunlight.
- Helenium ‘Short’ n ‘Sassy’ – Very good in late summer and autumn, the flowers are a magnet for butterflies and bees.
- Buddleja ‘Emperor Blue Rider ‘ (Butterfly Bush) – A bulldozer packed with lots of big, long-lived purple flowers.
- Sorbus ‘Spring Springs’ (Mountain ash) – A good, compact tree for small gardens, from the birds’ favorite yellow fruits, and bright green leaves that turn purple, red, and yellow in autumn.
Plants to create a bright focal point
Chris Anna pent, a plant manager at Squire’s Milford, suggests:
- Japanese anemones – At the end of summer there are colorful, tall and short varieties of autumn flowers, so they are good in pots on the front or back, as well as on the porch.
- Ceratostigma plumbaginoides (Strong Fumbago) – A delightful strong annual, with bright blue flowers from late summer to mid-autumn, and the leaves turn bright red in autumn. A perfect little plant to add some color to a border or porch.
- Euonymus alatus ‘Compactus’ – A magnificent shrub, with reddish-reddish leaves. It shows the fallen tree trunks after the leaves have fallen.
- Rudbeckia Fulgada Var. sullivantii ‘Goldsturm’ – A beautiful late-flowering plant with deep yellow flowers with black eyes, you will find some gardens back in paradise when the sun shines in late summer and autumn and other plants begin to hide. Easy low maintenance plant.
- Cercidiphyllum japonicum (Katsura / Candy Flax Tree) – This delightful tree has heart-shaped leaves that shade all harvest colors, and I love it because the leaves smell like caramel sugar when harvested.
Spring plants with a wavy condition
Brian Phillips, general manager of West West Horse Center, is excited about his love of harvest – “Spring is just like me, but many of the colors that nature produces this year are organic! Plant ‘. “
- Saddles– They produce beautiful pink flowers in the fall. Once established, very strong with very little care. Year after year display.
- Crazy – A plant that looks so strong and wonderful all year round. Very low maintenance and easy to grow for beginner gardeners. They produce beautiful white and purple flowers in the fall and can be grown in beds, plants or containers.
- Heather ‘Garden Girls’ – Amazing, low-growing shrubs boast amazing shades of red, pink and white from summer to autumn. Prepare the best container plants.
- Christendom – That’s it! Everyone loves ‘Mom.’ They arrive in our gardens at this time of year and continue to give throughout the harvest. Available in color negotiation. Continue to dead yourself to prolong flowering.
- Acer palmatum (Map of Japan) – How to apply in the fall with a map of Japan? Grow them in containers, at the border or near a pond, but make sure you choose a shade that is as shady as possible. With such a diverse range to choose from, these trees are suitable for all garden sizes, and the colors are simply stunning.
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