The quintessential southern plant, rewarding high temperatures with copious flowering. ‘Irene’ has unusual yellow, pink … 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.
The most cold-hardy lantana, it is known to survive 0°F. Showy orange blooms give the … Continued
Covered with layers of true blue, violet or white blooms all summer long. Great trailers … Continued
Tiny fragrant white, pink, and lavender flowers open in clusters on this low-growing annual that … Continued
Large-flowered gaura is a great plains prairie plant that establishes quickly to provide late-season bloom. … Continued
Unusual bicolor blooms look like parrot’s beaks, yellow at the base darkening to orange and … Continued
Bold yellow and green variegated foliage is topped with bright yellow flowers. An underutilized annual!
Small, bright red blooms tipped with gold look just like candy corn candy!. A vigorous … Continued
‘Bonanza’ mix is a French marigold with a mix of yellow, gold-red, and bicolor large, 2-2.5″ … Continued
Native to Central America and Mexico. Grown as an annual that grows 2-3’ tall in … Continued
Grows in average soil with medium moisture in well-drained soils in full sun to light … Continued
Tiny, round green leaves densely cover reddish-brown, wiry stems. This vigorous little plant makes a … Continued