Fall Planter Arrangements for Northeast Florida
Using a mix of Florida landscape plants, create Fall planter arrangements that hold up to our temperatures while providing seasonal color. Cypress, Maple, and sweetgum are a few of the trees that provide us seasonal color later in the season. As Florida’s forests say “not yet” to the September 22 start of Fall, we can speed up the process in beautiful pottery placed in entranceways, on patios, and around pools.
Start by planning your Fall planter arrangements to include seasonal colors such as orange, red, purple, and yellow. Terri and Kevanie created these three examples of Fall plant arrangements from a mix of plants that provide color and hold up to our September climate.
Consider these thrillers, spillers, and fillers for your Fall plant arrangements.
The TALL container contains Coleus, Alternanthera, Red Fountain Grass, Sloppy Painter Croton, and Sweet Potato Vine.
The MEDIUM container contains Coleus (2 varieties) and Bulbine.
The SHORT container contains Coleus (3 varieties), Mammy Croton, and Foxtail Fern.
Plant your choice of seasonal color or strictly place the plant’s pots and all in your Fall plant arrangement. Monitor your containers to keep up with their watering requirements or consider a drip irrigation system on a timer for periodic watering. As the plants grow, they can be given a haircut trimming or switched out with other plants.
If you’d prefer to have Earth Works maintain your planter arrangements contact Kevanie Counts who provide this service. For comprehensive solutions to your specific lawn, garden, and landscaping needs, contact Earth Works of Jacksonville online and at 904-996-0712.
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