November is a time of fewer flowers, but still there are flowers that will continue to bloom vigorously from now until spring.
They are pansies and violas. Although the plants are short, they come in many colors, and some of the petals have patterns that look like monkeys or are named after elephants, tigers, koalas, or beppin-san, etc., which are enjoyable. Their vitality is so great that they can cover the ground as ground cover. Recently, some of them seem to change color from the beginning of blooming to the end of blooming, making them a good friend for winter gardens.