After the vegetal wonders of spring and summer, autumn arrives with its batch of colorful blooms. Put them on stage to brighten up your balconies and terraces! Also read: Colorful foliage to brighten up autumn A balcony green even in winterAutumn work reminderCamellia sasanque, a late fall enchantmentJapanese maplesGraphic foliage (more or less cut out depending on the variety), shimmering and intense colors: the Japanese maple is a tree that shows all its features assets in autumn especially, in spring also elsewhere.
Category Garden flowers
Echinacea, a wonderful perennial with colorful flowers, blooms from summer to fall of great beauty.In summary, what you need to know: Name: EchinaceaFamily: AsteraceaeType: PerennialHeight: 90 to 120 cmExposition: SunnySoil: Ordinary Foliage: Evergreen - Flowering: July to October Enjoy these beautiful flowers that adapt so well to our climates and whose maintenance is suitable even for all beginners.
The bergénia offers a very beautiful flowering from the winter and a great hardiness.In summary, what you should know: Name: BergeniaFamily: SaxifragaceaeType: PerennialHeight: 30 to 40 cmExposition: Sunny and semi-shadeSoil: OrdinaryFlowering: December to April , depending on the speciesRockery, border and flower bed par excellence, here are all the maintenance tips for good growth and flowering throughout the seasons.
The stipa tenuifolia, also known as angel hair, is a grass well known for its lovely golden highlights. Plant in vogue, it brings a touch of naturalness to the garden.In summary, what you need to know: Name: Stipa tenuifoliaFamily: PoaceaeType: Perennial, grassHeight: 50 cmExposition: SunnySoil: Ordinary, well drainedFoliage: Persistent - Flowering: May to October Easy to maintain, it finds its place very well in a flower bed but also in a pot for its beautiful decorative effect.
To fill in the small spaces left empty or to lighten your flower beds with large flowers, bet on plants with vaporous flowers. They will lightly decorate your summer bouquets. Lightness in your flower beds The archetype of cloud flowers is the baby's breath and its tiny pompoms. This king of bouquets is demanding in sun and requires well-drained soil.
The agapanthus is a wonderful perennial that blooms in summer, offering majestic flower stalks. In summary, what you should know: Name: Agapanthus Family: Liliaceae Type: Perennial Height: 60 to 100 cm Exposure: Sunny Soil: Ordinary, well drained Flowering: June to September To read: the beautiful umbels of the agapanthus It is a plant to have absolutely if the climate allows it.
Heather is a pretty perennial plant that colors the beds in summer, fall and winter depending on the species.In summary, what you need to know: Name: Erica & CallunaFamily: EricaceaeType: Heather earth plantHeight: 15 at 150 cm Exposure: Sunny and partial shade Soil: Land of heather Foliage: Evergreen Flowering: Summer to winter depending on the species Read also: Erica heather, autumn and winter heather Calluna heather: summer and autumn heather Planting heather Planting heather is important because it is a plant which appreciates acidic soils and should be planted in heather soil or, possibly, so-called heather soil.
The hemerocallis, also called Day lily for its magnificent flowers with ephemeral lifespan, is splendid.In summary, what you need to know: Name: HemerocallisFamily: LiliaceaeType: PerennialHeight: 50 to 100 cmExposition: Sunny and Partial shade Soil: Ordinary, rather clayey Foliage: Persistent Flowering: June to September Maintenance, whether in pots or in the ground requires some care to improve flowering.
The tulip is a pretty flower with a spring bulb, a must in the garden.In summary, what you need to know: Name: TulipaFamily: LiliaceaeType: perennialHeight: 20 to 75 cmSoil: Well drainedExposition: SunnyPlanting: Autumn - Flowering: Spring Like most Spring bulbs, planting and caring for tulips will promote flowering and growth from year to year.
Spurge is a completely original plant, both for its flowering and for its foliage.In summary, what you need to know: Name: EuphorbiaFamily: EuphorbiaceaeType: PerennialHeight: 40 to 120 cmExposure: Sunny and partial shadeSoil: OrdinaryFoliage : Persistent Flowering: May to July It amazes in spring and the rest of the year, especially with its evergreen foliage.
Gazania is a magnificent flower thanks to its summer flowering Gazania in summary: Name: Gazania splendens Family: Asteraceae Type: Perennial Height: 10 to 35 cm Exposure: Sunny Soil: Ordinary, well drained Flowering: All summer Planting gazania Preferably choose a planting in spring in a mixture of soil and potting soil.
The inimitable hydrangea is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful flowering shrubs to have in the garden.In summary, what you need to know: Name: HydrangeaFamily: HydrangeacéesType: ShrubHeight: 1 to 2 mExposition: Partial shade and shade Soil: Earth mixed with heather soil Foliage: Deciduous - Flowering: Summer Hydrangea in pot Cutting hydrangeas Prune hydrangeas All articles dedicated to hydrangeas Easy to grow and maintain, hydrangeas amaze all summer long with their magnificent flowers that range from pink to blue.
The silver basket takes its name from its formidable flowering which is renewed from spring to autumn.In summary, what you need to know: Name: Iberis sempervirensFamily: BrassicaceaeType: Flower, perennialHeight: 50 cmExposure: Sunny Soil: LightFoliage: Persistent - Flowering: February to August (depending on the variety) The maintenance of iberis is easy and the decorative character is quite suitable for ground cover.
The iris is both beautiful and elegant but also easy to grow for a flowering of any beauty.The iris in summary, what you should know: Name: IrisFamily: IridaceaeType: Bulbous or perennial flowerHeight: 20 to 90 cmExposure : Sunny and partial shade Soil: Ordinary Flowering: January to July depending on the species Here is the maintenance and the small gestures which will maintain the beautiful flowering of your irises from year to year.
Pennisetum is a grass that has many varieties and that we appreciate for its wild side.In summary, what you need to know: Name: PennisetumFamily: PoaceaeType: GrassHeight: 50 to 90 cmExposition: SunnyFoliage: DeciduousFlowering: July to OctoberIdeal for decorating contemporary gardens, it also has a natural and wild side which advantageously ventilates all gardens.
Zinnia is a pretty annual that flowers abundantly throughout the summer.In summary, what you need to know: Name: Zinnia elegansFamily: AsteraceaeType: AnnualHeight: 30 to 70 cmExposition: Sunny Soil: Rich, well drainedFlowering: June to September Appreciated for its colors, it is readily found in beds, in a planter or in a pot.
The maritime cineraria, or silver cineraria, offers a very decorative metal gray foliage.In summary, what you should know: Name: Cineraria maritimaFamily: AsteraceaeType: PerennialHeight: 50 to 60 cmExposition: SunnySoil: OrdinaryFoliage: Evergreen - Flowering: May to July It is a border and rockery plant that fits perfectly into a cluster of colors.
The wild garden is a big current trend, on the model of country meadows or undergrowth. But what flowers to sow or plant to recreate that atmosphere? Opt for perennials and annuals or biennials, but not just any. Those that have a rather bohemian allure and are very easy to grow since they grow spontaneously in nature.
In the garden in spring or in indoor pots, the hyacinth is one of the prettiest bulb flowers.In summary, what you need to know: Name: HyacinthusFamily: LiliaceaeType: Spring bulbHeight: 20 to 30 cmExposition: Sunny and mid shadeSoil: OrdinaryFlowering: SpringInterior: WinterColors to warm the winterScille, the wood hyacinthOur articles dedicated to the hyacinthIt is normally used outdoors but we also find it at the beginning of winter in our interiors.
Daisy is the name given to many varieties and therefore shapes and colors. In summary, what you need to know: Name: Leucanthemum vulgare or Chrysanthemum leucanthemum Family: Asteraceae Type: Perennial Height: 20 to 80 cm Exposure: Sunny Soil: Rich to ordinary Flowering: June to October The common daisy is a pretty little herbaceous plant that we find the most often in the wild.