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Shade annuals:  alyssum, begonias, browalia, coleus, 4 o'clocks, impatiens, lobelia, pansies, snapdragons.

Gardening in the Shade: Annual Plants for Shady Areas

Shade annuals: alyssum, begonias, browalia, coleus, 4 o'clocks, impatiens, lobelia, pansies, snapdragons.

White Cape Daisy annual flower - Creamy white blooms marked black and bronze - Summer and fall blooming - Excellent cut flowers.

White Cape Daisy annual flower - Creamy white blooms marked black and bronze - Summer and fall blooming - Excellent cut flowers.

Growing Annuals in Pots: Follow These Tips for Beautiful Flowers

Growing Annuals in Pots: Follow These Tips for Beautiful Flowers

Want to grow beautiful flowers this year? Consider growing annuals in pots! Here are a few simple gardening tips for beautiful blooms!

Make room for flowering stock in your early spring garden. This bloomer is frost-tolerant and releases a spicy clove scent. Clip spent flower stalks to encourage more to form. In warm regions, stock flowers all winter. In cold-weather zones, look for plants in early spring. Plant as soon as you see them for sale. Landscape use: Plant where you can savor the fragrance. Use in mass plantings in beds near paths and entries or tuck into pots on porches.

17 Annual Flowers for Year-Round Color

Make room for flowering stock in your early spring garden. This bloomer is frost-tolerant and releases a spicy clove scent. Clip spent flower stalks to encourage more to form. In warm regions, stock flowers all winter. In cold-weather zones, look for plants in early spring. Plant as soon as you see them for sale. Landscape use: Plant where you can savor the fragrance. Use in mass plantings in beds near paths and entries or tuck into pots on porches.

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