Add these flowers to your garden in groupings to create a brightly colored garden.
Garden mum comes in a variety of autumnal colors like deep burgundy, orange and yellow. This perennial grows up to 24 inches in full sun. Divide the root ball every three to four years to create more plants.
Zinnia grows to about 18 inches in full sun. Zinnia is an annual the blooms anywhere from mid spring to mid fall depending on the variety that you choose. Bright colors include orange, gold and dark red.
Other orange flowers to consider: daylily, goldenrod, poppy and trumpet vine.
Coreopsis comes in lots of different varieties from moonbeam, which grows to about 1 foot tall and has blooms less than half an inch across, to the tall bigfoot variety with bloom looking daisy-like at one and half inches across.
Evening primrose grows about 12 inches tall in full sun. This perennial is also drought-tolerant.
Other yellow flower options: marigold, pansy, tulip and sunflower garden mum.
Aster is a super tall perennial flower blooms in late summer and can reach a height up to 48 inches. Divide the root ball every few years to create more plants.
Poppy, which also comes in yellow, is an annual flower reaching between 12 and 18 inches in height. It blooms in full sun in early summer.
Other red flowers: Bleeding heart, carnation, coreopsis, garden mum, geranium and hollyhock.