Annuals

Annuals are all-stars in the garden: They use their limited bloom time wisely by filling your garden with vigorous growth and outstanding blooms. Nurture your love of annual flowers by building a garden successfully with transplants. Learn more about all-star annuals, as well as new types of annuals that you can rely on for long-lasting color.

Pansies are old-fashioned favorite flowers that are always popular. Learn how...

Are you looking for a pretty container plant, but don't want to have to pamper...

We've pulled together a gallery of the best annual vines.

We've scoured the latest introductions and newest releases for the best, most...

Begonias have been around for ages, and with good reason: This easy-to-grow...

What's not to love about annual vinca? An array of colorful blooms held above...

The wonderfully soft colors and textures of the licorice plant act as a great...

Discover beautiful and easy-to-grow plant varieties to add color and interest...

Deadheading is a popular practice a but do you know all the ways to keep...

A great long-lasting color plant, crossandra can bloom almost nonstop all year...

Tropical flowers transform your patio into a colorful outdoor living room with...

Thank goodness for kale. It's one of the few plants available to add a fresh...

We've pulled together a grouping of our favorite annual plant pairings. Try...

Gardeners turn to the sweet potato vine for its ability to power through just...

Transform garden shade spots in your backyard into a spring-to-fall...

Even without its fabulous scent, heliotrope would be widely grown in the garde...

There are few blues more intense and gorgeous than those found on annual...

Osteospermum has only been in trade since the early '90s, making it a fairly...

Like a tiny petunia on steroids, calibrachoa (also called Million Bells) grows...

One of the most fun things about growing flowers? Handmade bouquets, of course...

Look to these wonderful annual plants if you want to grow your own cut flowers.

Keep your garden flourishing during winter by adding plants that flower in the...

2015 is the year for new annuals. Here is a colorful collection of what you ca...

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