Let your garden pop with vivid colors by planting burning bush, oakleaf hydrangeas, ornamental grasses and other fall-colored plants. The Garden Glove shares the best fall plants for your garden and yard.
Cheerful Yellow-and-Orange Plant Combinations
Combine festive pumpkins and gourds with fall flowers like mums and celosia for a festive fall foliage look to your home. Better Homes and Gardens shares their top picks for cheerful yellow-and-orange plant combinations.
Top Fall Flowers for Your Garden
Can’t get enough of autumn’s rich color palette? Fill your garden with late-season color with these top fall flowers showcased by Better Homes and Gardens.
How to Make Planted Pumpkins Last!
Pick the most firm and cleanest pumpkin you can find to ensure it will last. Then keep your pumpkin planter looking festively gorgeous by following these other pumpkin planting tips from Garden Therapy.
Click through to watch HGTV's one-minute video on fall garden flowers and learn how to get the most out of your mums.
Take a look at The Home Depot’s picks of perennial ornamental grasses to plant this fall. You’ll find plants like little bunny fountain grass and fun hameln fountain grass on this list.
Sow & Dipity shares 22 autumn garden projects. From planting bulbs to crafting fall wreaths, you’re sure to be inspired.
Looking for some seasonal home décor? Craft a pretty fall wreath with hydrangeas using this DIY project tutorial by Our Fairfield Home & Garden.
8 plants with cool-season berries
Consider planting the Beautyberry plant. With round clusters of amethyst berries that remain on bare stems after the leaves turn color and drop, this plant will provide that burst of color most gardens lose with the change into winter. Check out Sunset’s 7 other plants with cool-season berries.
Get inspired for fall foliage with these fourteen autumn planters shared by Sow & Dipity. Add some birch branches and colorful moss to your planter to give it that fall look.