Nurseries can order flowers year round for special events, but you might want flowers blooming in your yard in October. Here are some flowers that usually bloom in October in the right climate. You can check with a local nursery to find out about your specific region, and many houseplants will bloom indoors regardless of the season.
Roses will bloom in the fall in temperate regions, such as the south, Pacific Northwest and other warm states.
Also called mums, these plants have round flowers that look a bit like large daisies. The flowers come in a wide range of colors.
These are pretty yellow flowers with brown centers.
Mexican Bush Sage
This is another colorful flower. They have purple and white spikes that have a velvet-like texture.
This flower is also called the cotton rose or hibiscus mutabilisand. It's a shrub that grows in warm climates (zones 9 and 10) and features bright pink blooms that darken during the day.
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