Top Flowers for Fall Color
They're beautiful, affordable, come back year after year, and they're blooming their heads off right now.
It's hard to imagine another plant that gives you as much show for as little work as 'Autumn Joy' sedum. This hardy succulent tolerates heat and drought and has no serious pests. All it wants is sun and good drainage. Broccoli-shaped clusters of pale pink flowers sit atop gray-green foliage in late summer. In fall, flowers change to rose, brick red, and finally copper-bronze. Butterflies love them. Use sedum in mixed borders, masses, rock gardens, and planters.