They suggested using “Salvia, Achillea and Lavender”.
However, they added: “Tulips are a great way of adding a burst of colour with a wide range of tones that can suit a specific atmosphere.
“If you like the idea of being more hands on then Daliahs could be a good choice.”
With more Britons spending time at home this year, it’s likely your garden lawns will look a little worse for wear once autumn arrives.
The Rich Brothers recommend using “species rich” lawn seed in the autumn to allow for a “larger, more diverse quantity of native grasses and wild flowers.”
The gardening duo added: “Allow areas of your lawn to grow out and provide wildlife with a more diverse and rich habitat.”