November in the garden is generally accepted as the month for berries, but I have also seen some wonderful foliage - and flowers in it. Whatever, the main splash of flower interest and foliage colour has disappeared. But all is not gloom, for there are many plants that will obstinately bloom in November - one of them arguably the most ostentatious of all bulbs - The Nerine! What a show-off is this plant/bulb.
Heathers, Violas, Prunus, and Viburnum are just a few of the other flowering plants for November. You can probably - and hopefully will - add to that short list as we beg you to mail us with sightings of hardy plant flowers in November. Many plants such as the ornamental grasses will of course be of interest, and worthy of inclusion, as will the bark displays that start now.
Possibly blessed with a mild October and November, there will also be many out-of-season flowerings. They are all welcome entrant into our lists - please provide. We NEED you.
We need to know about SHRUBS flowering in November ... Such as
Viburnum | Rhus | Sorbus | Azalea | Liquidambar | Amelanchier | Ceratostigma | Cornus | Forsythia | Spiraea | Cotinus | Cotoneaster | Pyracantha | Salix | Betula | Prunus | Parthenocissus |
We need to know about PERENNIALS incl. BULBS flowering in November... Such as ...
Aster | Rudbeckia | Crocosmia | Colchicum | Cyclamen | Nerine | Miscanthus | Euphorbia | Salvia
Elaeagnus ebbingei Deeply scented flowers
Rhus typhina 'Stags Horn Sumach' Autumn colour.
Hebe 'Great Orme'
9th Viola - white
Camellia sasanqua Kenkyo
Mahonia lomarifolia Mahonia x media 'Faith'
x media 'Charity's Sister'
x media 'Lionel Fortescue'