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2014 flowers and foliage
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That is a Surefire Rose begonia by Proven Winners, a sun loving annual begonia.
will grow: Hardy to 30 degrees Fahrenheit (zones 10 to 11); enjoy as a summer annual elsewhere Water requirement: Average to low Light requirement: Full sun
will grow: Hardy to 30 degrees Fahrenheit (zones 10 to 11); enjoy as a summer annual elsewhereWater requirement: Average to lowLight requirement: Full sun
to be coddled in a shady spot. When I was asked to test this variety last summer, I was less than excited. I planted it in my least favorite container, added
and wideBenefits and tolerances: Sun and heat tolerantSeasonal interest: SummerWhen to plant: SpringDistinguishing traits: Long bloom time; disease free;
“Le jardinet SaveEmail Surefire Rose Begonia I’m not a fan of wax leaf begonias. My experience has” — miso1
The New York Botanical Garden
Coleus Solenostemon 'Florida Gold'
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Coleus is a perennial but is usually grown as a summer annual. It's a solid choice for those shady spots formerly filled by impatiens
downy mildew). Coleus looks great mixed in beds or pots with other summer annuals, or plant single types alone for a mass effect.
downy mildew). Coleus looks great mixed in beds or pots with other summer annuals, or plant single types alone for a mass effect. New varieties come
zones: Hardy only in very mild climates; usually grown as a warm-season annual Water requirement: Moderate or more Light requirement: Partial or full shade
contrasting hot colors. Coleus is a perennial but is usually grown as a summer annual. It's a solid choice for those shady spots formerly filled by impatiens
“Coleus, it loves the shade :) perfect for front yard” — agp196
Missouri Botanical Garden
Deer resistant annuals
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Angelonia - summer annual - good in heat & humidity
Angelonia (Angelonia angustifolia) Angelonia is one of my favorite summer annuals because of its
Angelonia (Angelonia angustifolia) Angelonia is one of my favorite summer annuals because of its ability to withstand heat and humidity. USDA zones:
Angelonia(Angelonia angustifolia)Angelonia is one of my favorite summer annuals because of its ability to withstand heat and humidity.USDA zones: 9 to
“anti-deer plant” — 4chicas
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Conifers in containers
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that they desperately need help before that, yet it is too late for summer annuals and too early for true fall and winter plants. That’s when you head
In the Pacific Northwest, our summer containers typically begin to wane toward the end of September. Occasionally
that they desperately need help before that, yet it is too late for summer annuals and too early for true fall and winter plants. That’s when you head
From Fall to WinterIn the Pacific Northwest, our summer containers typically begin to wane toward the end of September. Occasionally, circumstances are
“Lovely contrast and combination of colors” — margaretgreenleaf
Gardening with Confidence®
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Cut back summer annuals that are leggy just before we go on vacation. Gives them a fresh start
july..cut back annuals petunias need to be
Southeast. "Cut back summer annuals so they don’t get leggy," suggests North Carolina garden writer
gone as the plants get a fresh start. Petunias benefit from this kind of summer pinch. This cutback from the ends of the stems encourages branching, resulting
Cut back annuals: Cut back summer annuals so they don’t get leggy. A good time to do this is right before you go on vacation; this way, you will be gone
kind of summer pinch. This cutback from the ends of the stems encourages branching, resulting in a bushier plant.
gone as the plants get a fresh start. Petunias benefit from this kind of summer pinch. This cutback from the ends of the stems encourages branching, resulting
“Colors and variety” — designerparexcellance
Becky Harris
Provincetown Cottage
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antique lighthouse lamppost. I took this photo in Provincetown years ago; last summer when I walked by it looked like it needed some love. I hardly recognized
This front yard in Provincetown, Massachusetts mixes perennials, annuals, cutting flowers, and herbs. I'll take this over a lawn any day!
and summer garden. That way you'll make room for your cooler-weather plants. • Remove any plant that is dead, including spring and summer annuals, like
and vincas.• Get rid of your old summer vegetables that are no longer producing, like tomatoes, summer squash and summer greens.• Trim any plant that is
This front yard in Provincetown, Massachusetts mixes perennials, annuals, cutting flowers, and herbs. I'll take this over a lawn any day!
“Siding on the house and immediate entrance to gardens” — dunnwrightinc
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Holiday Container Gardens
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planted year round it is easy to dress this containe rup with a few summer annuals. Design and photo credit; Le jardinet
potato vine (Ipomoea batatas) for summer color.
The holly with red impatiens, fern and sweet potato vine - all annuals.
round it is easy to dress this containe rup with a few summer annuals. Design and photo credit; Le jardinet
Spring interest: • Pots of flowering spring bulbs or primroses can replace the Christmas accents. Summer interest (shown):
of flowering spring bulbs or primroses can replace the Christmas accents.Summer interest (shown):• Switch out the spring flowers with red impatiens and
bright green trailing 'Margeurite' sweet potato vine (Ipomoea batatas) for summer color.
rup with a few summer annuals.
“varigated holly plant” — mkstrangis
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Conifers in containers
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Le jardinet SaveEmail Fall sees the exchange of summer annuals for winter hardy evergreens and pansies and violas. The same purple, red and chartreuse
Le jardinet SaveEmail Fall sees the exchange of summer annuals for winter hardy evergreens and pansies and violas. The same purple
plantings for fall and summer same container and evergreen plants
Fall sees the exchange of summer annuals for winter hardy evergreens and pansies and violas. The same purple, red and chartreuse color scheme is kept,
“Le jardinet SaveEmail Fall sees the exchange of summer annuals for winter hardy evergreens and pansi” — marvalousaz
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