We are absolutely filled to the brim with everything you need for your fall planting. We have gorgeous fall baskets for your porch, colorful annuals for your containers, shade trees for your yard, and flowering shrubs for your entire landscape!
Colorful New Flowers For Your Fall Containers
Colorful Fall Flowers: It's time to get excited about your fall planting by sprucing up your containers with fall flowers! We have a colorful new selection of annuals & perennials to get the fall feels started!
The secret to creating the best containers for fall is done in three easy steps...thrillers, spillers & fillers. Thrillers are tall, unique, or eye-catching plants that create that wow-factor look. Spillers are plants that spill over the sides of containers. Fillers are the mixture of plants you use to fill in the spaces. Three steps to Fab Fall Containers!
The easiest way to get in the mood for fall is to add a few of our gorgeous new hanging flower baskets to your front porch or back deck. These pretty petunia baskets are the perfect choice for a fresh summer to fall transitional look.
Huge Variety Of Fall & Winter Blooming Camellias
Silver Waves Camellia: Lovely semi-double white flowers with yellow eyes. Blooms in late winter on evergreen dark green leaves. Has an upright habit and can reach up to 10 feet tall with a 7-foot spread.
Camellias are a lovely choice for growing in containers, with proper care. Camellias prefer shady areas. Morning sun is fine, but they need to be protected from the afternoon sun. They will do well placed on shady patios, covered porches, or entryways. They do not tolerate wet feet, so good container drainage is a must. Learn more!
Beautiful clusters of white or pink flowers will bloom in January and February. Sweet fragrant flowers are best enjoyed when planted as a specimen plant near the house. Prepare ground to ensure drainage. Partial sun and medium water.
Limelight Prime Panicle Hydrangea: Innovative new variety that boasts stronger stems that prevent flopping, an earlier bloom time for more color, and brighter color changes from green to red to pink!
Fall is the best time to plant your hydrangeas! Choose a sheltered spot with sunny mornings and shady afternoons. Avoid planting under your trees so they don't have to compete for water and nutrients. Hydrangeas do best in soil that is looser for proper drainage and contains a mixture of organic materials. Add mulch to keep soil cool.
Buttery-yellow and white clusters of tubular flowers will brighten up your late winter to early spring landscape. At night, the flowers will release a very sweet fragrance. Lush foliage will stay green for summer and yellow in fall.
Japanese Maples: One of the most beloved of all landscape trees! A must-have tree that puts on the most dramatic nature show as their leaves change to a variety of red, orange, yellow, and purple in fall.
Plant Your Trees In Fall
Planting trees in the fall gives them an extra growing season to adjust before the stress of heat and drought in summer. Cooler temperatures and rain helps trees to better establish roots. Some fear that new trees won't survive winter, but this is not the case. Trees go dormant in winter, which slows their metabolism & conserves their energy.