Just because cold weather is upon us doesn’t mean your yard’s curb appeal has to suffer! While spring and summer are synonymous with beautiful landscapes, there is still plenty you can do to make your fall yard pop. That is, as long as it isn’t covered in snow (yay for Carolina winters)!
Let’s look at some plants for the fall that will make your neighbors jealous with minimal effort on your part.
Not only is aster a breathtaking sight, but its’ pink, white, and lavender tones accent your garden nicely. Asters also attract pollinators and beneficial insects to help protect your fall vegetables. This perennial grows to about two feet and comes back heartier each year.
This pollinator is extremely beneficial to your garden, and the sweet honey it yields makes this flower attractive to bees. Goldenrod grows in clusters making a wonderful background for your garden. It is also very low maintenance and grows almost anywhere. Don’t be surprised to find a kaleidoscope of butterflies around this plant throughout the year!
North Pole Arborvitae
This beautiful evergreen will add an elegant, year-round look to your outdoor space. The density of the this plant can provide useful privacy in your yard as well, without much maintenance. The dark green color is the perfect cold-weather tone. The ease of care for this shrub makes planting these a breeze.
A household name among gardeners, pansies’ two-toned colors are ideal in your fall garden. They do well in the ground and in a pot. Available in shades of red, yellow, and brown, pansies are a must-have this season.
These fragrant flowers are very low maintenance compared to other roses. This “blue-collar” rose has a reputation for being more rugged than other flowers and can resist both cold weather and invasive insects.
Turf Medic knows your yard shouldn’t suffer just because of the time of the year. We know you can be surrounded by beauty no matter the climate and the above-mentioned plants are proof. Contact us today to get these planted for an enviable fall garden!