Fast-Growing Flowers for Fall Blooms
For spectacular flowers all season long, sow again in summer! Essential for late-foraging bees, butterflies, and other pollinators, these fast-growing annual flowers will keep your garden in top form right up until the first frost. All of the flowers in this collection will mature in 65 days or less, if planted in spring; if planted in summer, add two weeks to account for the slight decrease in sunlight.
Edible and lovable blue blooms.
The perfect cover crop to sow after spring plantings are done.
Bursting with color and a delicate scent.
These vase-shaped blooms explode with color.
Ethereal flowers and pods with feathery foliage.
Highly-pigmented blooms that can be used for dyeing.
Jewel-hued edible flowers adorn 3'-long trailing vines.
Brings cheer and joy as spring awakens.
Also called Bee's Friend. A highly beneficial flower for pollinators and soil building.
Bring your garden to life with this mix of festive marigolds.
Ivy-leaved nasturtiums with serrated petals.
The best strain for making your own herbal salves.
Branching plants produce a plethora of brightening blooms.
Fantastic and dramatic flowers with highly contrasting silver foliage and golden blooms.
Petite, spunky marigolds are beneficial and edible!
This archetypal sunflower makes great cut flowers.
Solid green leaves, bushy vines, brightly colored blooms.
Edible pastel blooms against alluring white-washed leaves.