As temperatures begin to cool and summer blooms start to fade, the garden can begin looking a bit dull. While most gardeners can find interest in things like bare branches and seed heads, we also want to hold onto any possible color we can get out of the last months of the year.
Luckily, there is no need to settle for hues of orange and brown during the fall months. Look for plants that start their show after the summer blooms have given it their all. In this collection you will find a wide range of late-season plants in various colors and forms—some with fantastic foliage and others with beautiful blooms. Find your region below, and discover late-season plants that will work in your garden.