Fragrant, moss-like ground-cover mint. Less than one inch tall, it is the least rampant of … 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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Nasturtiums are easy to grow and may be climbing, cascading or bushy. A popular edible, … Continued
Tiny but incredibly aromatic flowers in white, raspberry, dark purple, dark blue, pink, yellow, pale … Continued
We can’t get enough of the eye-catching green-red foliage and magenta-red, blooms of this celosia. … Continued
Tall, old-fasioned nicotiana features 3-4′ tall stalks topped with many trumpet-shaped, fragrant white blooms throughout summer. … Continued
‘Saratoga’ mix is a 12-16″ tall flowering tobacco with gorgeous 2″ blooms of apricot, lime … Continued
Gourds are so fun! What kind of crazy shapes and colors will your plants give … Continued
Covered in unusual purple daisy flowers with curiously fluted purple tips beginning in early spring. … Continued
Grown primarily for their distinctively scented foliage, scented geraniums also have beautiful delicate blooms in … Continued
A drought tolerant clumps of maroon grass topped with rose-red flower spikes. Beautiful as landscape … Continued
Thicker foliage and darker, almost black purple color make this fountain grass dramatic in garden … Continued
14-16″ tall plants with large flower clusters that attract swarms of butterflies and other pollinators. … Continued