Plant In Fall

Spring is no doubt a wonderful time to grow your garden and plant new ones. Everything is perfect for proper plant growth: cool air, adequate sunlight and some rains make it the ideal season to grow your greens. But did you know that planting in Fall also suggests the same? 

Contrary to popular gardening beliefs, Fall can also be a good time to grow plants. The first phase of Autumn, or about 6 weeks before the ground freezes, is a pretty good time for your plants to grow their roots. This will make them strong enough to survive the cold winter.

Planting in Fall, however, has its challenges. If you’re unsure which plants are worth the toil before winter arrives, we have these top 3 plant varieties that will never fail you:

The Pretty Perennials

Your Spring garden will be a sight to behold when you plant perennials by Fall. Autumn will provide them with moist and cool weather, making it easy for their roots to be established. With properly established roots, there’s no problem for perennials to stay put during the cold winter. 

Hostas are great perennial options to consider when planting in Fall. Take a look at some of them and pick one that fits your garden:

Here are some of the Perennials that you can sow in Fall. You can also visit our nursery to know more!


These are some Hostas that you can plant in Fall.

Hosta ‘Dorset Blue’

Hosta Undulata ‘Medio-picta’

Hosta ‘Fortunei Hyacinthina’

Hosta ‘Halcyon’

Hosta ‘Gold Standard’

Hosta ‘Frances Williams’

A Couple of Trees and Shrubs 

Trees and shrubs are another plant variety that you can count on when planting in Fall. With the moist and warm soil, coupled with lightly nippy weather, they’ll be growing their roots in no time. 

However, planting trees and shrubs should have proper soil investigation. Their roots grow deeply to the ground that’s why it’s suggested to consult your local utility companies before digging. Know if there are underground lines in the area where you’ll be planting them. Also, make sure they are in their natural soil grounds.

Ensure that adequate water is given to your newly-planted trees and shrubs before the ground starts to cool down. This will help them grow stronger roots, enough to give them a good start to withstand the cold winter.

To guide you further, take a pick at these fine-looking trees and shrubs you can start planting in fall:

These are some examples of the Trees and Shrubs that you can plant in Fall. You can also visit our nursery to know more about the Trees and Shrubs that you might consider planting 

Acer x freemanii

Prunus x ‘Accolade’

Prunus cerasifera ‘Neportii’

Pieris japonica ‘Brouwer’s Beauty’

Physocarpus opulifolius ‘Diabolo’

Picea sitchensis ‘Papoose’

Laidback Lilies

If planted during Autumn, these beautiful ladies will start to bloom as soon as Spring comes– Just imagine how your garden will look by then!

To make sure they’ll be growing fine during the cold days, plant lily bulbs a few weeks before winter. This will give them enough time to establish roots before getting dormant in the winter days. 

There’s a lot of types of lilies you can begin planting in Fall. Have a look at some of the most beautiful ones here:

Lilium ‘Dolly Madison’

Lilium ‘Freedom’s Glow’

plant in fall

Lilium ‘Hot Line’

Lilium ‘Asiatic Madras’

plant in fall

Lilium ‘ Beverly Dreams’

Lilium ‘ Beverly Dreams’

There are different seasons to grow plants throughout the year, and some can be a bit challenging than the other. But as they say, good things come to those who work hard for it. If you want a fully-bloomed garden as soon as Spring starts, might as well make the most of the best planting times in Fall.

Don’t miss out on our specials for this week! Visit our nursery for more information.