Fall is here, which means it’s the perfect time to start thinking about ways to spruce up your new lot in Hardin County! Hardin County is located in the USDA Hardiness Zones 8b and 9a, meaning temperatures are likely to fall to 20 degrees Fahrenheit or lower when winter hits.
The following plants are beautiful, colorful, and able to withstand these low temperatures. Your Texas owner financing experts at Santa Cruz Properties would like you to consider the following hardy flowers. We also included a list of fall vegetables to consider planting during this time!
- Creeping Thyme: These are beautiful flowers that you can grow in the sun or shade and which withstand frost temperatures. Coming in bright colors like purple, these are sure to brighten up your lot.
- Chrysanthemums: Chrysanthemums make the perfect fall blooming flower due to the variety of colors to choose from. They love blooming around this time of the year and will do well to complement the leaves falling around them!
- Petunias: Petunias are great if you want to add a delicate, yet strong flower to your lot.
- Impatiens: For shade or your lovely porch, impatiens are great! They usually come in different shades of pink, red, purple, and white. Although they may need more maintenance during the cold weather, they do well when planted around this time of the year. If the weather gets too chilly, you can also bring them indoors to add a little color to your living room space.
- Moss Roses: If you’d like some low flowering and easy-to-grow succulents, look no further than moss roses. With a few pops of color and a high level of tolerance to winter weather, moss roses make great additions to add to the garden beds alongside other plants.
- Snapdragon: If you’d like a large and tall variety of bright flowers, choose any snapdragon. Their height and bright colors, like yellow, fuchsia, and fire orange, are sure to give life to your lot during the fall. These plants come in different varieties that may grow from 8” to 24” tall.
- Hummingbird Shrubs: Also known as firebush, these flowers are usually red and tubular.
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If you prefer planting vegetables during the fall, we recommend picking up these plants from your local garden centers in Hardin County. You can add them alongside your new colorful flowers or start your greenhouse to have some tasty vegetables to eat through the winter and early spring.
These vegetables tend to thrive during the cool temperatures and throughout winters in Hardin County:
- Brussel sprouts
- Swiss chard
Owner Financing Available with Santa Cruz Properties!
If you dream of owning your very own lot and growing a garden of beautiful flowers and vegetables, look no further than Santa Cruz Properties. We currently have land for sale in Hardin County!
Our real estate professionals will help you utilize our Texas owner financing opportunities, which will help you take control over your loan, regardless of credit. You will have the ability to have reduced prices, low-interest rates, and personalized terms.
Reach out to Santa Cruz Properties to ask about our owner-financed properties in Hardin County!