For most of us, the season is winding down. Fall has already tickled our toes with cool nights and slow-to-warm mornings.
But that doesn’t mean your container gardens need to be tucked away – just yet. Refresh your front entry with annuals that thrive in the cooler weather and keep their blooms pushing til that last, hard frost.
My go-to favorite, not only for September and October months, but all season long for never-ending flowers is Million Bells calibrachoa.
I love to pair calibrachoa in my container gardens with ornamental kale, sedge grasses and maybe a mum or two. Million Bells Mounding Terra Cotta calibrachoa (shown above) blooms the perfect mix of fall colors.
Crackling Fire begonias are another winner for cooler, fall months. While red isn’t typically my favorite color, you can’t help but love this beauty…
Desana ipomoea would be an ideal trailing filler to any container combo. Lime really catches my eye…
To see our full line-up of fall-loving annuals, click here >>>. Let me know what your favorites are OR if you’re planning on planting something new this fall!