A cool novelty plant with fuzzy red tails that look like woolly caterpillars. Leaves are … Continued
browsing plants: annuals — color all summer
Annual plants go through their entire life cycle, from seed to flower to seed, within one single growing season. All roots, stems and leaves die annually, and only the dormant seeds carry them from one generation to the next. Although they must be replanted every spring, they bloom all summer to frost.
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Fuzzy flower clusters in shades of blue, lavender, pink and white bloom all summer on … Continued
Dark black-purple foliage adds foliage contrast and fine texture. Plants won’t crowd out others in combination … Continued
A slender-leaved perennial selection that doesn’t wander, forming a textured carpet in shades of deep … Continued
An eye-catching, showstopper foliage plant with large, broad, toothy, silver-white, velvety leaves. Use as a … Continued
A long blooming annual with outstanding branching habit and strong stems that also make great … Continued
Also called summer snapdragon because of it’s resemblance and excellent heat tolerance. 12-16″ flower-covered spikes … Continued
The most notable color breakthrough in angelonia – the first red in the class! It … Continued
Boasting larger blooms than other marguerite daisies, Grandessa™ Pink Halo features large, bright pink blooms with … Continued
Small rounded leaves are highlighted with striking silver veining and covered all summer with 1″ … Continued
‘Silky Deep Red’ blooms scarlet red and yellow two-tone. ‘Silky Gold’ sports yellow blooms. Both … Continued
Great used as a trailer in hanging baskets, window boxes and containers with an abundance … Continued