We want the topic autumn flowers and show you other beautiful gardeners that you can pair with the autumn grasses and thus give your garden a bit of pep. Most of the flowers shown here bloom late and can easily endure until the first frost. They decorate the garden and balcony in the autumn months and bring color and romance.
Red Stonecrop (Sedum telephium)
The red fat hen shows in late summer her beautiful flowers in pink, which pleases our eyes and heart until late autumn.
The red Fetthenne, also called purple Fetthenne, belongs to the family of the thick-leafed plants. It thrives very well on rocks and stony soils. The red stonecrop is very widespread in Eastern and Central Europe. It charms all garden fans with their pink flowers.
Ordinary Sun Bride (Helenium)
Ordinary sun bride
The so-called Ordinary Sun Bride is not very popular in Europe, but it is often encountered in the US and Canada. It carries flowers in rich yellow to orange and can grow from 50 to 170 centimeters high. It is undoubtedly a colorful change in the autumnal garden.
Blue forest aster
Blue forest aster
Asters are among the most popular autumn flowers. Especially the Blue Forest Aster is particularly in demand, because it blooms from late summer to October and brings in the autumn months a lot of freshness and color in the autumn garden. She prefers a sunny to half shady site, so that she shows her beautiful, small flower heads in blue and continues to bloom until the first frost.
Nature is the greatest artist, once again proving the daisies "monk"
The daisies belong to the daisy family and are very common in Central and Northern Europe. These are perennial, rarely annual flowers that flower in different colors. For example, the daisies "Monk" shown in the photo are colored in blue to violet and delight with natural beauty.
It is well known, the sunflower turns to the sun. This autumn flower bears the scientific name Helianthus and is clearly named after the sun, more precisely after the Greek sun god Helios. There are 67 species of sunflower known, but in Europe, only the cultivated plant is widespread. This can reach a stature height of 1.75 m.
Common Sunhat 'Goldstorm' (Rudbeckia fulgida)
Common Sunhat 'Goldsturm' (Rudbeckia fulgida) - so simple and so beautiful!
The common sun hat is again a perennial, herbaceous garden plant that has golden yellow petals around a dark center. Yes, nature loves the contrasts!
Stark verbena (Verena rigida)
Verbena Verbena or Stingwort is an ornamental plant that is widely distributed in South America. This verbena is low growing and produces beautiful purple-purple flowers in late summer.
Chinese plumbago - Plumbago (Ceratostigma willmottianum)
Chinese leadwort shows her gentian blue flowers
The Chinese plumbago loves warm, sunny places where it can display its well-formed, gentian blue blossom until November.
Torch lily (Kniphofia)
The torch lily is again a perennial, herbaceous plant that can reach heights of 1.60 meters. It is still called rocket flower and is grown as an ornamental plant in parks and gardens. The botanical name of the torch lily is Kniphofia and is dedicated to the botanist Johann Hieronymus Kniphof (1704-1765).
In our overview of the beauty of the autumn we do not want to forget the grasses, because they provide dynamism in any garden or outdoor area where they are and always look attractive. Especially the autumnal weather makes it colorful and a great eye-catcher in the garden even in light wind. You can not go wrong with combining your fall flowers with beautiful grasses.
Here are three very popular garden grasses that look especially beautiful in the fall.
Oriental lamp cleaning grass is a great change in the autumn garden
The Oriental Lampentre grass comes from Central Asia. This grass prefers warm, well drained places in the garden. Its flowering begins in early June and can last into the fall. Here, the fine, curved bows tend to turn pink, which then turns into bright silver. The grass reaches a stature height of 90 cm.
Chinese Silver Feather is the classic among garden grasses
The miscanthus is rightly called silver feather, because this grass brings a striking dose of exoticism in every garden. It has feathery, lush flowers that first appear in pink when it blooms and then turn to silver. In autumn, they have a yellow shade and bend elegantly over. The miscanthus is hardy and hardy, grows up to 2.4 m high.
Riedgras also grows in the flower pot and brings exoticism into your garden
Riedgräser belong to the family of the Sauergrasgewächse, to which over 5500 kinds count. But most are not well known in German-speaking countries.
In our further picture gallery you can see more beautiful autumn flowers, but some of them are not well known in Europe.
The magnificent candle is at home in the southern regions of North America
The beard thread (Penstemon) is a hardy, perennial garden plant that can introduce a lot of color and variety into your garden
Herbst-Eisenhut looks beautiful with its blue-violet flowers, but here's a word of caution: the plant is poisonous!
Japanese anemone - beautiful, but also poisonous!
Argentine verbena (Verbena bonariensis) - irresistibly beautiful in the autumn garden
Indian armchair (Monarda) unfolds throughout the summer until autumn into a charming flower fireworks
Dahlia 'David Howard' - always beautiful and eye-catching!
The colorful Montbretie introduces a romantic flair to your outdoor area
Purple sunhat (Echinacea purpurea) is native to the eastern and central regions of the United States
Phlox 'Monica Lynden-Bell' (paniculata): in good German - High flower - a real eye-catcher in the autumn garden