Autumnal flowers are so many varieties and for me, It’s a great time to gardening and shows off some of them on my balcony. Give our garden, balcony, terrace, and even stairs an autumnal lift with these beautiful flowers.
8 Beautiful Examples of Fall Balcony Flowers for Pots
If your outdoor is lacking space, a few containers potted up with autumnal flowers is a simple and quick way to give a lift. Not only mum, but there are also tons of autumn-flowering plants. There are a lot of perennials, for example, Dahlia, Sedums, and Daisies. Get started with these fall balcony flowers for fall colors.
Gorgeous mums define the fall. They’re one of the most popular flowers in the world and available in so many colors. It’s super easy to grow them in containers. And, luckily, they grow in almost every climate. Both the perennial and annual mums are available.
Dahlia always gives warm tones that echo the turning autumn leaves of deciduous trees and shrubs. Deadhead the dahlias to prolong their flowers and protect the tubers over winter.
Asters respond to the shortened days of fall by giving a blanket of small daisylike blooms. These fall flowers are colorful and full of nectar, plus they bring bees, butterflies, and color to your balcony or garden till late fall and even winters in frost-free zones when most of your summer blooms have faded off.
This kind of fall flower blooms from summer to fall until the end of October. Typically, a summer flower, it can transform your fall flower garden with exciting yellow, but there are other colors are also available. You may find two particular varieties that deserve mention is ‘Autumn Sun’ and ‘Autumn Colors.’
We know Caryopteris for its deep blue flowers and greyish-green leaves with tiny silver veins. Its aromatic foliage and nectar-rich blooms make it the perfect choice for attracting pollinators. Caryoptoris can give autumn color to your balcony perfectly.
Another flower you can grow in pots is Helenium. Helenium is a close cousin of Daisy, the Helenium features cheerful blooms in sunset-colors at the end of the summer season. They are easy to maintain and need minimum requirements to make it a great choice for the lazy or forgetful gardeners.
This late-blooming succulent is a tough little cookie that will bowl you over with its tolerance to extremes. It can last through frosts, full sun, and strong winds with the ease of an iron shield. Nevertheless, the perfect weather condition for sedum is hot temperatures, humidity, and moderate moisture.
8. Million Bells
Bonus! This small and showy petunia-like flowers and a diverse array of color options make Million Bells a must-have for any container garden. Million bless starts to flower in summer and continue this in fall. While in tropics, it blooms in winter.