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November is not known for the abundance of flowers in the garden. The autumn temperatures and weather conditions affect most trees and shrubs, so that they say goodbye to hibernation. Nevertheless, you don't have to do without flowers in the garden in November. Ideally, we experience a golden autumn, which is also accompanied by mild temperatures. Then many potted plants can still bloom.

Here you will find a selection of blooming autumn flowers for indoors and outdoors-

Plants from A-Z

  • Sweetheart Flower, Anthurium clarinervium: Care A-Z

    With its heart-shaped, whitish-green veined leaves and slightly wavy edges, the sweetheart flower immediately catches the eye. They are the greatest ornament of this attractive ornamental foliage plant.

  • Indoor begonias, Begonia elatior hybrids: care

    The indoor begonia can be a wonderful addition to the interior, but it also requires some care. You can find out what to look out for here.

  • Evergreen oleaster, Elaeagnus ebbingei: care from A-Z

    Wintergreen oleasters are not only pretty ornamental plants, but also easy to care for. They can be planted out or kept in tub culture. Their use as hedge plants is still relatively rare in this country. The sweet scent of their flowers, which appear in the fall, are a welcome food source for insects. But birds also like the shrub because it offers them protection and ideal breeding grounds.

  • Saffron Crocus, Crocus sativus: care from A-Z

    In addition to being rich in color and nectar, the saffron crocus can, in a sense, make its owner wealthy. The violet flowering plant supplies the precious threads of the most expensive spice in the world. But as we all know, money doesn't grow on trees or, in this case, on a lawn. A little maintenance is required before the gardener can harvest the aromatic dye. This care guide is the key to success.

  • French herb, button herb, Galinsoga: care from A-Z

    The French herb also has the nickname "garden pest", but this is wrong if the tasty and healthy herb is cared for properly. Since the button herb feels at home almost everywhere, caring for it is also quite easy. Because it also prefers to grow on field and roadsides in fields and in many gardens. Farmers aren't thrilled when the herb appears between their potatoes and turnips, while chefs are increasingly using galinsoga in their kitchens as it's great for salads.

  • African violets, Saintpaulia ionantha: care and location

    African violets have been popular houseplants for decades due to their abundance of flowers. The classic flower colors of the plants are dark purple, white and pink. Today there are around 2,000 hybrid varieties, so that no wish is left unfulfilled when it comes to selection. The flower color today ranges from white to dark violet, with the most diverse shades being offered. You can also choose between simple and double flowers. The growth height of the plants, including the flower, is 10 to 40 centimetres.

  • bat flower | Care of the Tacca chantrieri from A - Z

    The bat flower is an exotic beauty native to tropical climes, native to southeastern Asia. The plant grows in the herbaceous undergrowth and prefers warm, humid weather. If you want to cultivate the plant, you need a bit of tact, because caring for Tacca chantrieri requires a lot of attention. The requirements for temperature, water and light are very specific. However, some devices increase the success of cultivation. If you manage to create a perfect environment, you will be rewarded with beautiful flowers - which give the plant its name.

  • Zimmerlinde, Sparmannia africana: Care from A-Z | Is she poisonous?

    The name Zimmerlinde is deceptive. What reminds us of a native linden tree with its light green, heart-shaped, hairy and almost translucent leaves is actually an African tree. Indoors, its growth remains modest but can still reach the ceiling. This linden tree improves the room climate and, according to Far Eastern Feng Shui, also the flow of energy. If it is well cared for in this country, this immigrant tree even contributes a few enchanting flowers.

  • Standard rose care from A-Z | Cutting rose stems

    The care of standard roses is considered the supreme discipline for hobby gardeners. An optimal location alone is not enough to stage the queen of flowers as a picturesque rose bush. Proper planting, fertilizing, watering and cutting complete the successful cultivation perfectly. It is important to note important differences compared to classic bed and shrub roses. This green guide will familiarize you with the flawless process of successful standard rose care from A-Z. Instructions suitable for beginners explain when and how to cut rose stems in an exemplary manner.

  • Christmas cactus: care from A-Z | Schlumbergera hybrids

    The Christmas cactus comes from the rainforest and got its unusual name (Schlumbergera) from its inventor Frédéric Schlumberger. The large flowers present during the Christmas season are particularly striking. The robust cactus species requires little care, but a few conditions must still be met in the local areas. A little gardening skill is required, especially when overwintering and multiplying, but the cactus species is also suitable for beginners.

  • Snow banana, Ensete glaucum - care from A-Z

    The snow banana is a robust banana tree from the genus Ensete, which impresses with its rapid growth and impressive stature. It not only grows up to five meters high, but also forms leaves that can reach a length of two meters. Only with a lot of luck does it form fruits that are inedible to humans but contain seeds. These are used to propagate Ensete glaucum because other methods do not work.

  • Spit palm, Euphorbia leuconeura: Care from A-Z | Is she poisonous?

    The spit palm, also known as the spring palm or simply spit plant, is a spurge that disperses seeds via a special type. The plant opens the capsule fruits and shoots the seeds over a range of several meters, earning it the name spit palm. In addition, the palm tree is popular with many gardeners because it blends decoratively into the ambience due to its tropical character. You just have to watch out for their toxicity when keeping them.

  • Magic snow, Euphorbia graminea - cultivation, care and wintering

    With fragrant, white veils of flowers, magic snow is there wherever a magnificent filler is desired. The graceful gypsophila also lives up to its name as an opulent summer bloomer in the bed and on the balcony. This guide introduces you to professional cultivation and guides you step by step through uncomplicated care. How to successfully overwinter Euphorbia graminea is no longer hidden from you here.

  • Poinsettia: care and pruning of the winter plant from A-Z

    Every year it turns up in numerous specialist shops and even supermarkets. We are talking about the poinsettia, botanically also called Euphorbia pulcherrima, which enjoys great popularity year after year during the Christmas season. But what kind of care does the spurge plant actually need?

  • Lucky bamboo: Care from A-Z | Information on watering, propagation & Co.

    The lucky bamboo is one of those plants that are often assigned to the wrong plant family because of their name. However, the asparagus plant known by the English name Lucky Bamboo is a dragon tree and not a bamboo, let alone a yucca palm. The confusion arises due to the long stems that remind many people of bamboo, which ends up leading to numerous care mistakes and leading to the death of the snake lily.

  • Cyclamen, Cyclamen persicum - care from A-Z

    The cyclamen (Cyclamen persicum) is one of the most popular and most widespread pot flowers in Germany. When nature loses its color in autumn, brightly colored blossoms ensure a good mood during the gray season until spring.

  • Gazanie, Gazania - sowing, care and wintering of midday gold

    Gazania, also known as midday gold, closes its flowers when the weather is cloudy. The graceful plant belongs to the daisy family and originally comes from East and South Africa. The sixteen species known worldwide bloom in a wide variety of colors. In the local latitudes they are known as annual plants, but with a little skill and knowledge they can be brought through the cold winter and thus cultivated for several years.

  • Egg tree, Solanum melongena - care and wintering

    The South American egg tree Solanum melongena is a wild species of eggplant. In this country it is usually grown as an annual. The most striking thing about this whimsical plant is undoubtedly its fruit. They develop from the purplish-blue flowers that form continuously. At first there are small white balls that gradually take on the shape of a hen's egg. The white fruits turn golden yellow as they ripen and are then even edible.

  • Citron, Buddha's hand, Citrus medica - care of the lemon

    The citron 'Buddha's Hand' is probably the most unusual form of Citrus medica. It comes from Southeast Asia and is mainly used to make lemon peel. Her scent is sweet. The flowering period is all year round. The approx. 10-20cm long fruits are reminiscent of hands and fingers: hence the name 'Buddha's hand'. In Buddhism, it is used as an offering in temples.

  • Phalaenopsis, Butterfly Orchid - Care & Repotting

    The Phalaenopsis is one of the front runners among house plants and the most popular of all orchids. The shapely and flowering plants are available in countless color variations. Even if orchids are often decried as little divas, the Phalaenopsis tolerates minor care mistakes, so that even beginners can try them out. With the right care, they impress with their breathtaking blooms for many weeks of the year.

  • Tillandsia, Tillandsia - Types & Care Guide

    With over 550 species, the plant genus Tillandsia is considered to be the most species-rich within the bromeliad family (Bromeliaceae). Due to their easy care and their attractive leaves, tillandsias have been enjoying increasing popularity as houseplants for years. The shape and color of the plant, which is also often referred to as an air plant, amazes many. The following care instructions show how it grows and thrives optimally.

  • Christmas cactus, Schlumbergera - instructions for care

    Plants from the rainforest are versatile and unusual, as the Christmas cactus impressively shows. Named after the well-known cactus breeder Frédéric Schlumberger, the extraordinary plant presents itself in the Christmas season with a large number of bell-shaped, large flowers. The cactus species is robust. Nevertheless, some conditions must be met if you want to cultivate the exotic plant on your windowsill at home.

  • Morning glory, morning glory, Ipomoea species - care instructions

    The morning glory displays its brilliant abundance of flowers throughout the summer. As busy creepers, tropical Ipomoea species offer us a wealth of creative scenarios that transform beds, facades and balconies into a heavenly floral paradise. Declared as frugal and undemanding, the morning glory cannot do without gardening attention. These care instructions explain in a practical way what the picturesque climbing artist really values.

  • Hibiscus - care instructions as a garden and houseplant

    As a houseplant, the hibiscus needs a little more care than in the garden. This is normal, because the conditions in the tub are different from those in the field. Nevertheless, it is worth taking a look at the care instructions, because the so-called Chinese room hibiscus feels very comfortable indoors and spoils its owners with beautiful flowers.

  • Christmas rose, snow rose, Helleborus niger - location & care

    Snow rose, Christmas rose, Hellebore - behind these terms hides a plant with an extraordinary flowering time. In the cold winter months, Helleborus niger brings color to the bare garden landscape. The evergreen plants are resilient and undemanding. Only a few points have to be fulfilled in terms of care and location so that the winter bloomers feel comfortable.

  • Summer lilac, Buddleja - care, cutting and propagation

    While the flowering period of many ornamental shrubs is coming to an end or is already over, this pretty and very vigorous flowering shrub is covered with countless panicles of flowers. Summer lilacs, also known as butterfly bushes, produce white, yellow, pink, violet or bluish flowers from July through to autumn, which attract a multitude of no less colorful butterflies to the garden, a treat for the eyes.

  • Anthurium, anthurium, flamingo flowers - care and propagation

    Everyone knows them, the bright red flamingo flower. With rich green leaves and the beautiful red bracts, it sets accents in private homes or in business premises. In our special care instructions for the flamingo flower, we explain how anthuriums are cared for, because that is what these originally tropical plants are called.

  • Dahlias, Dahlia - planting, care and wintering

    In the middle of summer, the starting signal for this year's dahlia blooms is fired. Dahlias, the South American flowers, tirelessly enchant the garden and balcony well into autumn with an exuberant variety of blossoms and colours. It's a good thing that the many thousands of varieties pull together, at least when it comes to cultivation. Read here how to plant, care for and overwinter Dahlia in an exemplary manner.

  • Cyclamen, cyclamen, cyclamen - care

    Cyclamen (Cyclamen persicum) has been decorating Europe's rooms since the 1960s, filling them with fresh color, especially on gray winter days. Numerous varieties offer a wide range of colors. The cyclamen, primrose plant, can be cultivated for up to 30 years with good care. Find out in professional care instructions how you too can enjoy your indoor cyclamen for a long time with the right care.

  • Amaryllis, knight star - wintering and care after flowering

    With its large, intensely colored flowers, the knight's star illuminates the gloomy winter. The hippeastrum is particularly popular as a pot plant and cut flower during the Advent and Christmas season. Since it needs different conditions in each of its growth phases, the care is demanding. The instructions will give you the knowledge you need to care for the amaryllis in a species-appropriate manner.

  • Pampas grass, Cortaderia selloana - care instructions + cutting

    The American pampas grass is one of the ornamental grasses, which is very decorative in the garden, in the flower pot and as a dry plant. The choice of frond color and different growth heights allow a versatile design of gardens and balconies. The uncomplicated care makes the Cortaderia selloana a popular outdoor plant. Nevertheless, some care details must be observed so that the perennial ornamental grass thrives magnificently.

  • Flowering mallow, abutilon, room maple - care and wintering

    Even if the flower maple is also known as the house maple, the decorative plant loves to spend the summer outdoors as a container plant on the balcony or terrace. But in winter it has to be kept warm because it is not hardy. It forms its decorative flowers in a wide variety of colors, especially in the summer months.

  • Cymbidium Orchid: Care from A-Z - Getting Cymbidium to bloom

    The Cymbidium orchid owes its name to the shape of its decorative flowers. Because these are reminiscent of a boat with the arched, punt-like lips, which means "kymbos" in Greek. The beauty is mainly at home in Thailand, Burma and northern India, as well as in Australia and Indonesia. In the local latitudes, hybrids are offered in the trade, which are particularly suitable for indoor culture due to their crossing. With the right care, the Cymbidium blooms in the most beautiful colors.

  • Lady's slipper orchid, Venus' slipper, Paphiopedilum - care from A-Z

    One of the most popular types of orchids on the local window sills is the lady's slipper orchid, also known here as the Venus slipper. Due to its origin from Thailand, the Philippines or Borneo and Sumatra, it is used to subtropical climates and is therefore also very sensitive to cold. Cultivation in a bucket is therefore essential.Caring for the lady's slipper orchid is a bit time-consuming, but if you give it the right care, it will thank you with many beautiful flowers and a long life.

  • Bulrush cactus, Rhipsalis baccifera - care, tips & tricks

    The rush cactus, Rhipsalis baccifera, is a low-maintenance and easy-to-keep cactus that needs a suitable location. It is not hardy, but can be kept outdoors during the summer months. In terms of growth, the rush cactus is not reminiscent of classic cacti, as it almost always grows overhanging and also has no spines. Nevertheless, it belongs to the cactus family.

  • Rod cactus, Rhipsalis pilocarpa - care, tips & tricks

    Ripsalis pilocarpa is a cactus from the genus Rhipsalis. Its homeland is the Brazilian rainforests. The rod cactus is an easy-care plant that needs little watering and a permeable substrate. The cactus can be cultivated indoors all year round and develops white flowers in spring and red berries as fruits after flowering. In summer, Ripsalis pilocarpa is happy about an outdoor location, it does not need a special winter quarters.

  • Coral cactus, Rhipsalis cassutha - care, tips & tricks

    The coral cactus, botanically Rhipsalis cassutha, is an extremely easy-care plant that is also ideal for beginners. With its long shoots, it is particularly suitable as a traffic light plant. The flowering time of the cactus is in November. Rhipsalis cassutha can be cultivated indoors all year round.

  • Coral cactus, rush cactus, Rhipsalis cereuscula - care, tips & tricks

    The coral cactus, also known as the rush cactus, is an easy-care houseplant. The term cactus is a bit misleading here, because even if it belongs to the cacti genus, it does not have the typical appearance. It has many green shoots with round white fruits that create an impressive picture. Spines do not form on the decorative cactus, to the delight of many hobby gardeners. The plant, which mainly comes from Brazil, is also ideal for beginners due to its easy care.

  • Indoor azalea - Care & overwintering of azaleas as indoor plants

    Indoor azaleas are often referred to as "potted bouquets". This is due to her profuse flowering, which delights us during the gray and gloomy winter months. Unfortunately, the plants are often discarded after flowering. The indoor azalea grows very old and, if cared for properly, will also develop many flowers in the following year.

  • Vanda Orchidee - husbandry, care in the glass and propagation

    Deep blue flowers and a stately size characterize the Vanda orchid, which, along with Phalaenopsis and grape orchids, is one of the most well-known indoor orchids in Germany. Despite its blooms and the intense, lovely aroma, it is not the easiest orchid and requires a lot of care and a suitable location. Its rich colors make it a popular flower that likes to grow tall and sprout vigorously when cared for in a species-appropriate manner.

  • Christ's thorn, Euphorbia milii - care and propagation by offshoots

    The Christ's Thorn, botanically Euphorbia milii, is a pretty and ornamental plant with red, white or yellow flowers. In addition, the plant is extremely robust and easy to care for and can also be cultivated by beginners without any problems. Unfortunately, the innocent-looking plant is very poisonous and should only be handled with gloves: so be careful when caring for it!

  • Mushroom herb, Rungia klossii: care instructions

    Both as a decorative ornamental plant for the home and as a vitamin-rich herb that tastes like mushrooms, the mushroom herb has become increasingly popular in the local latitudes. The following instructions explain how the ideal care looks like.

  • Daisies, Bellis perennis: care from A-Z

    The first warm rays of sunshine in spring lure the daisy (Bellis perennis) with its colorful pompom flowers to the surface. There, the extremely easy-care perennial bloomers provide lots of little splashes of color.

  • Hammerbush, Cestrum - varieties, care and wintering

    The hammer shrub, lat. cestrum, belongs to the nightshade family and is therefore poisonous. As a tropical plant, it does not survive our winters outdoors. The most well-known is the Mexican Hammerbush, which not only blooms for a very long time, but also tolerates the German climate better than its conspecifics. Cestrum enchants hobby gardeners with its beautiful flowers in strong colors. The most common varieties are the Mexican and the Red Hammerbush with their intense red flowers.

  • Carob tree, Ceratonia siliqua - profile and care instructions

    With the carob tree, the floral magic of the Orient finds its way into your conservatory and on the summer balcony. The decorative flower and fruit ornamental tree convinces with an impressive look and diverse forms of use. This profile will familiarize you with the unique properties of the fascinating Ceratonia siliqua. If the carob tree has cast its spell on you, our practice-tested care instructions will provide you with all the relevant precautions for successful and profitable cultivation.

  • Echeveria derenbergii - profile, care and wintering

    Echeveria derenbergii is a frugal houseplant that doesn't take much time to care for. Therefore, the plant is also ideal for people without green thumbs or experience. If the few necessary factors are taken into account when cultivating the plant, it will reward the effort with a decorative and exotic flower - and of all things in winter.

  • Mandrake, mandrake root, Mandragora officinarum - plant information

    The Mandragora officinarum grows with a basal rosette of leaves from a tuberous root that is usually split two or three times. Since the leaves can grow to over 40 cm long, adult mandrakes can reach diameters of up to 90 cm. The mandrake root resembles the human body in appearance. Therefore, our ancestors believed that she had strong magical powers. From a horticultural point of view, there is hardly any demand for the flowering plant, which is why it is one of the real rarities.

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