These stunning flowers add a pop of rich color to any garden, and the petals are edible.
These perennials add stunning color to your garden when fall arrives.
Known for looking like a turtlehead, these perennials do well both in the shade and sun.
While often confused with ragweed, goldenrod doesn’t cause allergies and simply looks beautiful.
As opposed to regular lilies, spider lilies last longer into the fall.
The small bush comes with a big impact, and birds love them too.
While most crocus grow in the spring, there are some gorgeous species that thrive in the fall.
These stunning flowers look delicate but can withstand months of weather.
These bunched up beauties display new colors with the changing weather.
With the spidery veins, this plant can add a pop of color to a white winter.
These bursting flowers do better in warm weather, but the bodacious dahlia also grows in cooler climates.