Plant Your Annuals
Sun Tolerance
Plants need water to survive and thrive, but sunlight is just as important. Some plants require more sunlight than others.
Annuals by Color
Maintain Your Annuals
Light Up Your Home with Annuals

When it comes to finding flowers that are easy to grow, you can’t go wrong with annuals. With their bright, vibrant colors, annual flowers stay healthier and produce more blooms if you keep them in tip-top shape. 


Annual Plants & Flowering Annuals to Brighten Any Space 

Annual flowers and annual plants can grow in flower beds, along borders, in container gardens and hanging baskets. Flowering annuals like petunias offer prolific blooms and strong growth over the season. You’ll liven up any space with the spectacular colors of flowering annuals. 


We have so many radiant annual flowers to plant in full-sun areas of your yard, flower bed or on your patio in a planter, you’ll be getting your hands dirty in no time. If you’re worried about wildlife disturbing your garden bed, our deer resistant annuals should give you peace of mind. 


While petunias offer brightness and beauty, we carry several other colorful options as well. Check out our selection of vinca flowers, calibrachoa, impatiens flowers, begonia flowers, yellow daisies, annuals for shade, and flowers for full sun


Caring For Your Annuals 

Many annual plants need water every day, especially if they are in the sun. Don't wait for your annual flowers to wilt before you water them. Rather, look for signs such as loss of gloss on leaves, or simply stick your finger into the soil. Most annual plants like soil slightly and evenly moist 2 or 3 inches down. 


When you water your annuals, if possible, water the soil, not the plants. Many annuals, especially petunias, object to wet leaves and petals. You can set the hose on the ground on a drizzle or use soaker hoses so you don’t over water your annual plants. If you have questions about how to care for your annuals, be sure to check out our How-To Guides.

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