Flowers That Bloom in September September 29, 2015 06:06

Even in the fall season, there are always the kind of beautiful flowers that bloom that you will adore.  Flowers bloom all year round and it's only a matter of finding the best ones that fit specific to your event, occasion or if you enjoy doing your very own planting.  If you are trying to decide what are the Best September Flowers to choose from that bloom within the month, here are a number of flowers and plants for you to choose from.

Chrysanthemum - Chrysanthemums make up a large group of garden plants that generally start bloom periods in September.  They grow 1 to 3 feet tall and have flowers in many colors and shapes.  For example, the cultivar "Single Apricot" starts blooming in September.  It continues to bloom through fall and has pale apricot flowers with yellow centers.  The is a beautiful flower, fit for most occasions.

Turtlehead Plant - The turtlehead plant is a great flower also.  It grows about 2 feet tall and has pink-shaded, rose or white flowers that resemble the heads of turtles. They start blooming in August and then continue into October.

Perennial Sunflower - The perennial sunflower is another herbaceous perennial that starts blooming in August and continues through September.  It is  native to parts of the US.  Relative to the USDA, the sunflower grows year-round within USDA zones 4 through 8, making it easily accessible. Its' colors are daisy-like and bright orange-yellow.  It is one of the most festive flowers during this time of the year.

Hydrangea - Some plants, like the hydrangea, have a shrubby growth habit that begin in July or August and blooms through September.  It's a large, spreading plant about 8 feet tall and 6 feet wide with pyramidal clusters of flowers.  Hydrangeas come in white, blue, red, pink, light purple, and dark purple. 

Bluebeard Plant - The bluebeard plant begins flowering in late July and continues through September.  It has clusters of dark blue flowers at the ends of branches covered in variegated, yellow and green leaves. It grows as high as 3 feet tall as well.

Pansy - The common pansy is a good example of a plant that blooms in cool weather.  They are a good choice for creating a fall-blooming garden to brighten up your flower bed late in the season.  Although often grown in spring, you can plant pansies in late summer and its' flowers will appear from September through fall, yet will stop when the cold weather comes.

White Snakeroot Plant - The white snakeroot plant delay their bloom until September, and then, continue until winter arrives.  This wonderful flower has fluffy white flower clusters throughout fall, only stopping once winter arrives.

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Reference: www.ehow.com, Joanne Marie, What Flowers Bloom in September