‘Dark Eyes’ fuchsia makes out-of-this-world hanging baskets with unique blooms that look like nothing else. … 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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Short, sturdy stems sport large daisy-like flowers. Excellent for bouquets. A rainbow of colors including … Continued
‘Regal Aristo Black’ 12-15″ tall upright zonal with textured, serrated leaves and early blooming dramatic … Continued
‘Americana Dark Red’ is a true dark red over medium green foliage. This vigorous upright … Continued
‘Fireworks’ white or pink feature star-shaped blooms open on upright plants growing up to 20″ … Continued
We added these exotic geraniums to our collection in 2011 and they’ve been a favorite … Continued
Trailing plants grow 2-3′ and look great with many other annual companions in containers, window … Continued
Thrives in medium moisture and well-drained soils in full sun. Established plants tolerate drought, but … Continued
‘Fireworks Purple’ grows up to 24″ high and sports lavendar puffy balls with little yellow whiskers. … Continued
Headliner is quickly becoming the growers’ first choice for petunias. This mounded petunia boasts early … Continued
With striking foliage, flowers, and seed pods, this vigorous grower covers fence and arbor quickly … Continued
Covered with blooms all summer, this easy to grow garden classic will make you smile. … Continued