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Bedding Plants > Annuals

Annuals are plants which develop from seed, flower, and die in one growing season. Anuals must be planted each season from seeds or transplants. New hardier, better flowering, insect and disease resistant varieties are introduced each year. Annuals can be used in containers, hanging baskets or flower beds. Plant in mass for best color impact.

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Ageratum
Clusters of fuzzy flowers in shades of blue, pink, lavender or white. Full sun to partial shade. Blooms in summer though fall with an average height of 8"-12" and width of 8"-12". Attracts butterflies.


Begonia
Flowers in shades of red, pink and white from early spring until frost. Their size is average 6-12" high and 6-12" wide. Bronze and mahogany-leaved varieties will tolerate almost full sun, green-leaved varieties require shade or morning sun only.


Bluebonnet
This Texas state flower does best in full sun. They are available in maroon, white, rosy-pink, and light blue as well as the blue flowers seen on roadsides. Plant in fall for spring through summer bloom. They average 12-14" in height and 8-12" in width.


Caladium
This brightly colored foliage comes in shades of red, pink, and white. Primarily a shade loving plant, however some varieties do well in full sun, and does best in moist, well-drained, highly organic soil. Bulbs need to be planted 2-3 inches deep; they grow to an average height of 18-20" and 1-2" across.


Celosia
These interesting flower shapes come in red, pink, yellow, orange and purple and do well in full sun. They range from 1-3" high and 18-24" wide. They bloom from spring until frost and may also be planted in mid-summer for fall bloom.


Coleus
A few varieties can tolerate full sun, but most varieties do best in cool filtered shade. This plant is grown for its lovely foliage color with multiple colorations of pink, red, bronze, yellow, maroon, green and chartreuse. Growth is an average of 1-3"in height and 18-24" in width.


Cosmos
Daisy-like flowers ranging from orange to yellow, to pink when it blooms in summer. This full sun plant tolerates heat well; be careful not over water. Average height of 18-36" and width of 18-24" for growth.


Dianthus
Solitary, frilled, brightly colored fragrant flowers in white, pink, salmon, purple, red, and lavender. Fragrant blooms from early summer to fall and gets from 6-10" tall and 6-12" wide. They do well in full sun and partial shade.


English Daisy
This dainty button-like spring flowers range in color from pink, white, rose, and lavender. Though a full sun to partial shade plant English Daisies are surprisingly cold resistant; they can be planted in early fall for spring bloom. They grow 5-8" high and 8-12" wide.


Flowering Tobacco
Trumpet-shaped, fragrant flowers in shades of red, white, pink, yellow or green. This early morning sun to shade-loving plant, blooms late in spring through summer and can be 1-3" tall and 10-18" high.


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