I love that it is that time of the year again to start transitioning my planters into fall annuals. There are so many great fall annuals available to plant and endless creative ways to put together fall planters. Below are a few of the planters that we have created at the garden center.
I love the planter below simply for the bright contrasting colors. The dark red mum and red copper leaf plant contrast nicely with the green peacock kale and purple cabbage.
The combination below has fall written all over it. The pot was lined and draped with burlap before the soil and plants were put into to give it that extra special touch. The planter contains a rustic combination of ornamental peppers, kale, cabbage, mums and floral accent picks of wheat and berries.
The planter below is so colorful and fun for the fall. Although purple and yellow aren’t traditionally thought of as fall colors they really make a great cheery color combination. This planter contains purple asters, hypericum, purple kale, and yellow mums.
I love this planter below because of the wild mixture of plants and the beautiful textures and colors. The planter contains a bergundy mums, purple kale, two types of ferns, caladiums and rex begonias.
This pretty pink planter below is a beautiful combination of pink asters, yellow pansies, hypericum and kale.
This planter below has a variegated ornamental pepper plant with bergundy mum, kale, and diamond frost as a filler. I love all the foliage textures and bright contrasting colors.
Want to create some of these fall planters? Click here to print off recipes cards with a picture and a list of necessary plants to recreate them. Click here to see the full selection of fall annuals we have in stock in the garden center. Happy Planting!