Cool weather and dependable rains makes Fall a very enjoyable season to work in the garden, and a perfect time for planting. Visit us to see our assortment of late-blooming flowering plants as well as pumpkins and frost tolerant annuals.
Our benches are filled with Mums in every color. Spruce up your containers and gardens with beautiful Mums and if you don't have room, enjoy our hanging baskets. Mums love the cool weather and can even bloom through frost.
PUMPKINs & GOURDS
Stop by for Pumpkins and Gourds and bring some Fall color home! Also great accents in mixed Fall annual containers.
fALL PLANTED SPRING BULBS
Fall is the time to plant spring bulbs! Perennial, early blooming bulbs can be planted until the soil freezes solid. Tuck them into rock gardens, pop them under trees or scatter them at the edge of the lawn. With careful planning, you can have blooms from late March to early May!
Oure perennial mums (Dendranthema) are the epitome of Fall color. Strong and hardy, our Perennial Mums offer bright Fall flowers on neat plants for an effortless Fall garden. Remember to trim your mums in June for a better Fall display, and plant them in full sun.
Purple and blue are Fall colors, we promise! Annual Asters are perfectly at home in the summer or Fall garden, and help us transition into the cool nights of autumn.
Did you know that in addition to Fall planted Spring bulbs, you can also plant bareroot Peonies in the Fall. Add our bareroot Peonies to the garden in autumn for stunning flowers in early June. Follow planting instructions carefully, and don't plant to deep.
late flowering annuals
Celosia, Ornamental Peppers, Pennisetum rubrum are only a few of the Fall annuals we carry that will last to frost. These dazzling annuals will add a pop of color to your mixed containers and gardens..
late flowering perennials
There's no excuse for a boring fall garden! Late blooming perennials like Asters, Anemones, Sedums and Solidago are essential pollen sources for native pollinators, and are available in a range of colors. Tricyrtis and Cimicifuga are great options for the shade.
Plant both hardneck and softneck garlic after a hard frost. The garlic will start to grow now. In the spring, you will see more growth and the bud will form scapes. After the foliage yellows and browns in midsummer you can start to harvest and dry the garlic.
Pre-Made Fall Planters
Decorate your outdoor space this fall with a pre-made outdoor fall planter. All planters are filled with cool-weather plants.