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PLANTS classed as annuals are those which complete their life cycle within the space of one year and in this group we find some of our most useful garden flowers. Many of these flowers are used as gifts such as the options found at ProFlowers. We also commonly place in this class a few flowers such as the snapdragons (antirrhinum) and the ageraturns which are not true annuals but which are best handled as such.

The annuals have many uses. They are indispensable in the cutting garden, giving a wealth of bloom throughout the summer and early autumn months; they are of value in the herbaceous border, coming into flower after the first riot of spring bloom has passed, and carrying gallantly on through the heat of midsummer when many of the perennials are quiescent; and if a garden is to be but a temporary affair, to be enjoyed for the space of but a single season, the annuals may be used as the only material in the planting scheme. For window boxes and porch boxes, for potted plants on the terrace or on the low coping of a wall, for the indoor window garden, and for winter bloom in the small greenhouse the annuals can hardly be equaled.

We will provide a listing of annuals to assist you in your every day gardening.

   - How to grow a annual flower from seed.
   - How to Plant Annuals flowers
   - Where to plant Annuals and Biennials flowers
        Containers - Edging and Paving - Cut Flowers - Annuals Biennials
   - Annuals and Biennials for the Cool Greenhouse
   - How to use Annual and Biennial flowers
   - Growing Annual and Biennial plants
   - Annuals for your Garden
   - Annual flowers provide color to our garden
   - Online London florist to send flowers to London

Biennials Flowers
Bedding Plants
Marking out Garden Beds
How to grow Annual Flowers

 

ANNUALS WHICH WILL ENDURE

ANNUALS WHICH WILL GROW ON VERY POOR SOIL

ANNUALS WHICH TOLERATE ACIDITY

ANNUALS WHICH REQUIRE A NEUTRAL OR ALKALINE SOIL

ANNUALS WHICH WILL ENDURE HEAT AND DROUGHT

ANNUALS WHICH MAY BE SOWN IN THE FALL

ANNUALS WHICH SHOULD NOT BE PINCHED BACK

ANNUALS WHICH BENEFIT FROM PINCHING

ANNUALS DIFFICULT TO TRANSPLANT
(Should be Sown where they are to Flower)

ANNUALS WITH A SHORT SEASON OF BLOOM
(Several Sowings should be made for Succession of Bloom)

Annuals which are slow growing
( Requireing a Long season to bloom)

Annuals which Self Sow

WHITE ANNUALS

RED, ROSE, AND PINK ANNUALS

BLUE, LAVENDER, PURPLE, AND MAUVE ANNUALS

YELLOW AND ORANGE ANNUALS

ANNUALS FOR SEASHORE AND MOUNTAIN
(For cooler and more moist regions)

EDGING ANNUAL'S

ANNUALS FOR WINDOW AND PORCH BOXES

ANNUALS FOR TEMPORARY HEDGES

ANNUALS FOR MOIST PLACES

ANNUALS FOR POTS IN GREENHOUSE OR CONSERVATORY

ANNUALS AS EVERLASTINGS

ANNUALS FOR COOL OR SHADY PLACES

ANNUALS FOR CUT FLOWERS

SCENTED ANNUALS




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