Not only the mums but there are also other Fall Flowers for Containers that you can grow for a great show of colors in autumn!
Check out some of the most stunning Fall Flowers for Containers that will help you to make a beautiful autumn landscape full of vivid colors!
Here are the best shade-loving flowers for containers
Best Fall Flowers for Containers
Botanical Name: Chrysanthemum
USDA Zones: 3 – 11
Colorful mums define fall! They’re one of the most popular flowers in the world and available in so many colors. Growing them in containers is also super easy, and they grow in almost every climate.
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Botanical Name: Solidago
USDA Zones: 4-9
Goldenrod blooms in late summer to fall. This cheery plant can be grown easily in containers and goes along well with ferns and ornamental grasses and other fall flowers.
Botanical Name: Sedum
USDA Zones: 4-10
A gorgeous, late-blooming succulent, stonecrop is a tough little cookie that will bowl you over with its tolerance to extremes. It can last through frosts, full sun, and strong winds!
4. Toad Lily
Botanical Name: Tricyrtis hirta
USDA Zones: 4-9
The orchid-like flowers of toad lilies blossoms at the time when most plants have finished blooming, from late summer to the end of autumn. It does well in partial shade.
Botanical Name: Helenium
USDA zones: 3-8
A close cousin of Daisy, Helenium features cheerful blooms in sunset colors at the end of the summer season. It is easy to maintain and looks great in pots!
6. Sweet Autumn Clematis
Botanical Name: Clematis terniflora
USDA Zones: 4-11
Dainty white flowers of sweet autumn clematis start to open from late summer until late fall and even up to winters in warm climates, spreading their sweet scent into the air.
Botanical Name: Caryopteris
USDA Zones: 5-9
Caryopteris is known for its deep blue flowers and grayish-green leaves with tiny silver veins. Its aromatic foliage and nectar-rich blooms make it the perfect choice for attracting pollinators.
Botanical Name: Viola tricolor var. hortensis
USDA Zones: 6-11
Pansies are no doubt the best container flowers. They’re super easy to grow, and in moderate climates, they bloom year-round.
9. Black-Eyed Susan
Botanical Name: Rudbeckia
USDA Zones: 3-8
Rudbeckia blooms from summer to fall until the end of October. Typically, a summer flower, it can transform your fall flower garden with exciting yellow—other colors are also available.
Botanical Name: Asteraceae
USDA Zones: 3-11
Just like mums, asters respond to the shortened days of fall by giving a blanket of small daisy-like blooms. Full of nectar, they bring bees, butterflies, and color to your garden.
11. Million Bells
Botanical Name: Calibrachoa
USDA Zones: 9-11
Small and showy petunia-like flowers and a diverse array of color options make Million Bells a must-have for any container garden. This prolific bloomer starts to flower from spring, summer and continues this in fall. In the tropics, it blooms in winter!
Botanical Name: Echinacea
USDA Zones: 3-8
Coneflower features daisy-like blooms with raised centers, available in bright colors that remind you of the autumn sky during sunset. Keep the plant in full sun, in loose, well-drained soil.
Botanical Name: Oxalidaceae
USDA Zones: 7-11
Oxalis is an elegant mounding plant, a great choice for filling a container. The beautiful inconspicuous pink flowers start to appear from summer and continue in the autumn.
14. Coral Bells
Botanical Name: Heuchera
USDA Zones: 4-11
Coral bells make a dramatic statement in the container garden with their interesting leaf textures and mind-blowing spectrum of colors. Pair this plant with other fall plants for a fabulous fall container garden display!
Botanical Name: Tagetes
USDA Zones: 2-11
These colorful beauties will add a vivid dimension to your garden as they are in full bloom during fall. Go for French and Signet marigolds for pots as other varieties can grow quite tall.
Botanical Name: Coleus scutellarioides
USDA Zones: 8-11
Growing coleus gives you the best of both worlds—stunning foliage that comes in vivid colors and flowers! Grow it where the plant gets a lot of bright, indirect light.
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The blue or indigo purple flowers of aster are a symbol of the fall garden and can work equally well in a fall container garden. Because most types grow rather tall—as much as six feet—these are plants best suited for very large containers. As container plants, they do best when planted in rich soil and kept moist but not soggy. After flowering is complete, cut the stems back completely and store the potted plants in a cold frame or greenhouse.