10 Beautiful Types Of Fall Flowers You May Not Have Seen

Fall is one of the best times of the year. The colors are so vibrant, with leaves falling, and bright flowers and foliage all around you.

10 Beautiful Types Of Fall Flowers You May Not Have Seen

It is also the time where you can go pumpkin picking, have fun with Halloween, decorate your home to match the seasons, enjoy the great outdoors and the burned orange colors that are associated with this autumnal time of year.

If you are looking for stunning fall flowers to adorn your home and make it feel much more cozy and fall-inspired, then we have got you covered.

With this guide, you will find ten of the most beautiful fall flowers that you may not have seen before!

1. Chrysanthemums

How could we make a list about beautiful fall flowers without including chrysanthemums at the very top? Chrysanthemums, or ‘mums’ are an iconic fall flower.

This is largely due to the seasonal shades of orange, yellow, peach, red, white, and gold that you can find in these flowers.

They can even sometimes have shades of pink, making the perfect arrangement of fall-inspired flowers, whether you are creating a bouquet or a lovely display in your backyard.

Mums are incredibly popular, so it is rather easy to come across them in a wide variety of sizes, colors, and appearance. Most chrysanthemums will create a stunning display for up to eight weeks during the fall.

These superb flowers are at the top of our fall flowers list because of their deeper meaning.

As these flowers bloom in the fall, chrysanthemum symbolizes the beauty and happiness found in the fall season, despite the looming winter days ahead.

2. Purple Fountain Grass

Purple fountain grass is technically not a flower, but it pairs successfully with other fall flowers, as it looks a lot like dried flowers or pampas flowers.

The purple toned and beige foliage of this grass adds more variety and texture to fall flowers and plants, pairing well with mums and pansies.

With stunning arching spikes of purple toned flowers and long vibrant leaves, this fast growing grass can look very attractive during the fall.

3. Celosia

Celosia is another stunning flower. These flowers are easy to care for, durable, and blend beautifully with other flowers in the fall due to their hot red color palette.

You can find these flowers in red, orange, scarlet, deep burgundy, yellow, golden colors, and some with purple accents.

Celosia is very unique because of its vertical blooms that look a lot like flames burning in your display of fall flowers.

4. Pansies

Pansies are another exceptional fall flower. Pansies come in pretty much every color that you can think of, making them versatile and easy to pair with other flowers. They are heavy blooming, and are the perfect fall flower.

Pansies are ideal for fall backyards and gardens because they will provide a striking display of colorful flowers for up to six months in the fall after they are planted.

5. Aster

Asters are daisy-like flowers that will usually bloom in the late summer and in the early fall. They can come in a range of colors and sizes, and they are very simple to grow and care for.

If you plant Asters in the spring, then they will bloom beautifully in the fall.

If you love seeing purples during the fall, especially with some yellow flowers, then you can choose purple aster flowers.

Aster can also be found in shades of blue, pink, white, and more, making them a beautiful flower that can bloom in the fall season.

Aster also attracts butterflies and bees during this time, and is one of the most beloved perennial fall flowers.

6. Sunflowers

We just always have a soft spot for sunflowers. Looking at them just brightens our day. Sunflowers are an essential late season flower, with cheery yellow and orange petals that can even grow a deep red color, or vary with white centers.

Sunflowers can add height to your garden, and look wonderful in natural landscapes. Sunflowers can also grow very tall and can bloom for several weeks. Sunflowers can bloom from summer to early fall, making them a beautiful flower for the fall season.

7. Black Eyed Susan

Similar to sunflowers, the black eyed susan can provide bright, yellow, dramatic, and bold flowers.

These flowers are much like daisies in appearance, and are loved by bees and butterflies alike. If you want to brighten up your backyard or home, then these flowers will look wonderful for the fall.

The golden yellow hues can pair well with asters, or even chrysanthemum flowers for a more colorful appearance. Black eyed susan also blooms well in fall, and they tend to come back every year when cared for properly.

8. Coneflowers

Coneflowers are native to the North American prairie, but they are easy to care for and are perfect for borders. This perennial looks stunning, with warm, fall hues of red, magenta, burnt orange and more.

Coneflowers get their name from their cone-like center, which will usually attract butterflies and bees or even some birds too!

Coneflowers will typically bloom from midsummer all the way through the fall frost. You may need to cut them back in the fall, but these perennials will return year after year when cared for properly.

These flowers will look amazing in any autumn-inspired arrangement, or in your back garden.

9. Russian Sage

Russian Sage is another popular fall perennial flower. This flower has tall blue to purple spikes that bloom beautifully while being aromatic too.

You can use Russian Sage as a screening plant, or as a background plant, and can enjoy the stunning colors throughout fall.

Russian Sage tends to reach its peak into early autumn, with lavender like flowers that have vibrant green stems. They will look amazing with some other flowers such as verbena or coneflowers.

10. Panicle Hydrangea

If you love fall flowering shrubs, then Panicle Hydrangea is an excellent and beautiful flower to behold. It is one of the most loved and best fall flowers if you live in a colder climate.

With star shaped flowers, pretty shades of pink, red, white and sage green, these flowers have stunning flower heads that will transform over time.

Final Thoughts

If you love the hot reds, burnt oranges, bright yellows, magenta and pink hues that are so synonymous with the fall season, then there are plenty of stunning flowers out there that you may not have even thought about before!

With our list, you can discover some of the most beautiful fall flowers that will withstand the weather and truly thrive and bloom during the fall.

Whether you want to find inspiration for your next display, or you want to add to your fall garden, this list has you covered!

Frequently Asked Questions

If you have a few more queries about the best and most beautiful fall flowers, then we have you covered with this frequently asked question section below!

What Is The Most Popular Fall Flower?

Flowers for this time of year can range in size, color, shape, and growing habits. You can find creeping or tall perennial flowers, shrubs and more. The most fragrant choices for this time of year are lavender, Russian sage, and some roses that bloom in fall.

However, the favorite and most popular fall flower is the chrysanthemum. This is the most iconic type of flower for fall and autumn vibes. This is because mums can come in various shades and colors, while being very tolerant of the cold as they are hardy plants.

What Is The Queen Of Fall Flowers?

There are so many fall flowers to choose from, making it hard to decide a clear winner. However, we have to say that Chrysanthemum or ‘mums’ as many call them, are often referred to as the Queen of all fall flowers.

This is because they are available in so many different colors that are associated with the fall season, whether you prefer yellows and oranges, or red and deep scarlet colors. Their vibrant colors can look fantastic in your home around the fall, or in your garden!

What Flowers Bloom Best In The Fall?

There are many wonderful flowers that will bloom in the fall, making them perfect for an autumnal garden.

Some of the best are african daisies, calibrachoa, blanket flowers, canna lilies, floss flowers, garden mums, nemesia, petunias, phlox, strawflowers, sunflowers, verbena, black eyed susan, coneflowers, stonecrop, russian sage, reblooming azalea, panicle hydrangea, roses and rose mallow.

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