Do fall gardens have special design considerations?
By "fall gardens" I mean a garden that is designed to look as good in the fall as at other times of the year. A lot of people stop gardening at the end of August and have designed their gardens to show well in spring and summer. If you now want to extend the season, are there 'special design' considerations you need to consider?
After thinking about this for a while I was was only able to come up with very few differences between designing a summer garden and a fall garden.
1) selection of plants for fall blooms
2) most fall blooming plants need most of the summer to grow, so their placement needs to take this into account
3) more reliance on berries and fruits for color
4) more reliance on dying leaves for color
Anything else to consider?