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Annuals are plants that only live and flower for one growing season, typically starting in springtime… blooming, going to seed and dying with the autumn frost. Annuals are loved for their non-stop blooming, providing continuous color in your garden while perennial flowers come and go throughout the growing season.
Annual plants give a gardener instant success upon planting and more so as they grow and fill in throughout the summer months. Most annuals look their best when planted in groupings.
Annuals are plants that only live and flower for one growing season in our zone 5… typically starting in spring… blooming, going to seed and dying with the autumn frost. Annuals are cherished for their non-stop flowering and continuous color in your landscape or outdoor containers. Plant abundantly!
Annuals are the flower power of the spring and summer garden… living for only one season in our Midwest climate. Look for sun-loving annuals such as petunias, geranium, marigolds, zinnias, lantana & more.
Brighten up a shady area in your landscape with flowering annuals such as wax & dragon wing begonias, impatiens, lobelia, Coleus, Fuchsia and many others.
Trouble-free annuals are a must have in the garden… especially when planting in large groupings. For best results, choose plants that are pest-free and drought-tolerant such as marigolds, salvia, petunias and wax begonias.
Hanging baskets offer vertical color on porches, decks and in the garden. Premium flowering and foliage baskets offer instant gratification.
Mixed containers can add instant color to your front entryway, balcony, patio or deck. They are usually designed for sun or shade which makes watering and maintenance much easier.
cool season annuals
In early spring or fall, these go-to annuals will extend the growing season in the Midwest: Pansies, snap dragons, nemesia, cyclamen, lobelia & many more.