Annuals are plants grown outside in the Spring and Summer, lasting for only one growing season. These plants need to be planted again each year. That being said, some annuals will re-seed themselves, but usually it's not something you can control. Seasonal plants, cacti, and vegetables are usually in this category as well.
It's no wonder petunias continue to rank among the most popular flowering annuals. They're bright an lively, bloom from spring until frost, and scent the air with lovely fragrance. Best of all, they're amazingly easy to grow, both in the garden and in containers.
Gerbera Daisies are so beautiful they hardly look real. They bloom in a ton of colors and produce fantastically large flowers on large, sterdy stems. Not only are they pretty, but they make great cut flowers, attract butterflies, and are easy to grow! Gerberas are sun loving plants.
Looking for fireworks in your garden? These giant, gorgeous flowers are your answer. Color that lasts all summer!
Who needs flowers when you have foliage this technicolor? They come in a huge assortment of varieties and colors, grow quickly, happy in the ground or containers, and last until a hard freeze. What's there not to love?
Don't starve your plants!
Don't invest in flowers without feeding them! But how do you know what to use for successful gardening? Flowers need a high level of Phosphate. If you look at a package of fertilizer there should be three numbers, the first is the Nitrogen levels, the second is the Phosphate levels, and the third is the Potash levels. The Phosphate level should be the largest number for flowering plants. That's why we prefer Jack's Classic Blossom Booster over other fertilizers.
We always have price breaks on select plants, just look for our signs or ask an employee.