Colorful Ideas for Fall Flower Containers

By: Julie Day

Seed producing plant

Idea #6: Don’t Forget the Seeds

Seed pods are also great additions to cold weather planters, adding interest, shape, and color without the worry – and they attract birds, too! Summer ornamental grasses often give way to lovely seed heads if you don’t cut them back, or you can pick seed pods and simply tuck them in among your flowers.

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  • New Port Richey Florist Says:
    August 29th, 2016 at 9:37 am

    Love the idea of fall flowers; so colorful. I libve in the south so the weather does not change to dramatic here, do you have any suggestions for Florida Fall gardens?



  • Dolly Says:
    September 26th, 2014 at 3:49 pm

    Thank you for fall ideas. I love container gardening especially this time of year, trying to keep that summer color going year round. I live in a very rural area with acres of foliage around me, so whatever isn’t growing in my garden I usually find in the woods to decorate my landscape. I generally use all natural foliage every time I decorate in and outdoors whether its a front door decoration or a small container indoors. Again thank you for some ideas on container decorating, I look forward to your next newsletter. I wish I had discovered your site earlier. And just a suggestion I really liked your cover photo of container decorating but had to guess what flowers they were, listing them would have been made it easy to figure out what they were.


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