Hardy Annuals?

Answer Annual flowers typically grow from seed, produce blooms, make seed and die all in one season. Annuals can be grouped into three categories: hardy, half-hardy and tender. Hardy annuals are prized f... Read More »

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How to Grow a Bed of Annuals?

Creating a flower bed full of annuals can be an effective way to add bright color to your garden arrangement. Annual flower beds are also great for accenting areas surrounding mailboxes or other fi... Read More »

Are petunias annuals?

Petunias are popular annual flowers that blossoms from spring until the first fall frost. They complete their life cycle in one season. Petunias grow, blossom, produce seeds and die in one summer.S... Read More »

Are dahlias annuals?

Dahlias are considered tender perennial flowers. These summer flowers are semi-hardy in USDA plant hardiness zones 6 and 7. This means that the dahlias are left in the ground year round in these ar... Read More »

Are azaleas annuals?

Azaleas, a type of rhododendron, are perennials. Cultivated for the eye appeal of their flowers and leaves, they are shrubs that have both deciduous and evergreen species. All parts of the azalea ... Read More »