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Top five plants for your garden this autumn

Autumn has arrived and temperatures are gradually dropping. The garden starts to get a little forgotten as it awaits the spring and summer to return. However, there are many plants that can perfectly adapt to the conditions of this season by bringing colour and life to the outside of the house.

Aster Margaret 

Aster Margaret is one of the most popular flowering plants in autumn. Its intense violet colour can animate the outside of a home even when temperatures start to drop rapidly.
This plant's resistance to cold is not the only reason to choose it. The Aster Margaret is a plant that requires very little care. Just water once a week and have an effective drainage system before you let autumn fill it with colour.

Ornamental cabbage

Almost similar to edible sprouts, these flowers are full of colours that will surprise anyone who steps into the garden. This plant is perfect for the coldest times of the year, since it reaches its maximum potential at the end of October.
A little water on a regular basis is all the care it needs. The result is attractive flowers with rounded shapes and full of colours that are presented as a luxury for a spectacular autumn garden.


Filling up the flower garden with intense colours seems quite complicated during the autumn months. However, this is not an impossible task since during these months the violas start flowering.
The purple flowers of this plant will fill every corner of your garden and bring it to life. Violas are highly resistant to low temperatures and caring for them is easy. With regular watering and anti-pest treatment, you will get them to reach their full potential in no time.

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The cyclamen is definitely made for winter. Capable of withstanding even the lowest temperatures as well tolerating humidity and drafts, this plant gives flowers that are full of intense colours during its flowering cycles.
Bear in mind that the cyclamen has a small requirement to grow properly - it can never be exposed to direct sunlight. This is a type of plant that must be in the shaded area of the garden.


The green touch that any garden needs will be given in winter by the presence of ivy. This climbing plant is very weather resistant and requires little watering so it is advisable to plant it in the garden and enjoy watching it grow.

These are the five plants that are ideal for an autumn garden. Now that you know them, giving life to the outside of your home is something that you can not give up on.

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