Coneflowers do well in the ground and in containers, too.
Frost tolerant rudbeckia will give you long-lasting fall color.
Not only do Salvias give you an alternative fall color, but they are great food for pollinators, too.
Goldenrod is not the cause of most fall seasonal allergies. It's near look-alike, Ragweed, is to blame.
Asters are frost-tolerant and often self-seeding!
Russian Sage lends unique color and aroma in the fall garden
Joe Pye weed is a pretty late wildflower in much of North America. Great for a native fall flower garden!
Tall phlox, a relative of spring-flowering creeping phlox, is a fall stunner.