7 Fall-Blooming Perennials That Will Add Color To Your Autumn Garden

Aster: With its daisy-like blooms in shades of purple, pink, and white, asters add a burst of color to fall gardens.

Sedum: Also known as stonecrop, sedum features clusters of star-shaped flowers in hues of pink, red, and white, attracting butterflies and bees.

Chrysanthemum: Mums are classic fall flowers available in a variety of colors, including shades of yellow, orange, red, and white.

Helenium: Helenium, or sneezeweed, produces daisy-like flowers in warm tones of yellow, orange, and red, blooming well into fall.

Goldenrod: Despite its reputation for causing allergies (which is often mistaken for ragweed), goldenrod produces bright yellow blooms that attract pollinators.

Toad Lily: Known for its unique spotted blooms, toad lily adds a touch of whimsy to fall gardens with shades of purple, pink, and white.

Saffron Crocus: Blooming in late fall, saffron crocus produces delicate purple flowers and is also known for its culinary use.

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