Early Fall Flowers

The Creek Side Gardens Grown Fresh Fall Flowers are beginning to take center stage just in time for the change in seasons.  Kids are going back to school.  Temps are cooling down.  If you have never planted pansies or planted a new perennial, shrub or tree in the fall, or planted a fall vegetable garden –  you are missing out on the best gardening season of the year.

Now is a great time to plant fall pansies, especially with the nights cooling off.  Bright days and cool nights are exactly what pansies love.  Ten Grown Fresh colors and combos beginning to bloom right now for planting in containers on the porch or in your garden bed.

Rudbeckia, the Black-eyed Susan is another instantly recognizable flower in the fall.  Some Rudbeckias’ are planted in the garden to return each year with their golden flowers.  Like our perennial ‘Goldstrum’ variety in bloom right now.  Available in a big 6” pot for easy planting and care.  Other varieties are grown as annual flowers in 4.5” and 6” pots for decorating our porches and patios during the fall season.  Creek Side Grown Fresh flowers are just beginning to bloom right now.  In addition to Rudbeckias to decorate your home, Creek Side features other perfect fall flowers to compliment your mums and Black-eyed Susans.  The ever-popular pink and purple flowering kale available now in 4.5” or 6” diameter pots!  Bright red zinnias will be ready soon.

Creek Side Fall Mums will be ready to bloom in a couple of weeks.  We like to time them a little later, after temperatures have cooled down so that they will last longer for you.

Fresh Botanical Interests Seeds are in stock and ready for sowing.  Lettuce, spinach, kale and Swiss Chard should be sown outside directly in the soil now.  Or in a container of soil on the patio for harvesting in a few weeks.  Give it a try.  Just like pansies they love the cool nights and bright days.