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.

Annuals add instant pops of color to any garden. Replace your tired pansies an...

Grow wonderfully fragrant scented flowers in your yard to give your eyes and...

Few flowers offer such an interesting form and variety of colors as the fuchsi...

Browallia earns its nicknames of amethyst flower and sapphire flower for its...

Spruce up your shade garden with something new by planting wishbone flower. Th...

Flowering tobacco plants have long been prized in cottage gardens and moon...

This old-fashioned cottage-garden staple goes by many names: garden balsam,...

If a hot, dry spot is a problem in your garden, lantana may be your solution....

Verbena is the ideal plant to cascade over retaining walls, containers, basket...

When can I safely plant my annual flowers in the garden?

Are begonias a perennial plant or an annual flower?

Create eye-catching gardens with just two or three varieties.

You can't beat annual flowers for all-summer color in beds, borders, or...

These annual flowers don't mind cool temperatures and are perfect for...

Mixed containers are more beautiful than ever thanks to new growing techniques.

These new-for-2013 annuals offer bright, beautiful flowers on easy-care plants...

Melampodium, an annual with tiny daisy-like flowers, graces any garden with...

Thanks to huge blossoms and sturdy stems, gerbera daisies are the ultimate cut...

There are few flowers as showy as celosia. Whether you plant the plumed type,...

New Guinea impatiens provide hard-to-find colors in shade and part sun. This...

New to many greenhouse shelves, angelonia (or summer snapdragon) is a...

A truly classic garden plant, geraniums have been a gardener's favorite for...

Moonflower is one of the most romantic plants you can grow in a garden. The...

What do you do with a Gerbera Daisy after it quits blooming?

Plant annual fragrant flowers where you can easily snip them for floral...

Hibiscus, one of the most beautiful garden flowers, is not just for tropical...

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