A petite, cheerful annual that blooms on and on, from early summer till frost, as many annuals do—but the wishbone flower does it in the shade.
Give those big red geraniums a pass this year and find a scented one instead.
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Beloved in cutting gardens and among dried-flower fiends, strawflower comes in a rainbow of colors and a range of heights.
A sun-loving, bloom-crazy, rough-and-tumble annual, Mexican Sunflower boasts red-orange flowers on bushy, sturdy branches.
Don’t overlook biennials—follow our tips on adding these beautiful self-seeding flowers to your garden.
If I could only buy one type of annual, I’d choose sweet alyssum. It’s tough, it stands up to heat and drought, it’s pretty, it smells good, and it covers ground at a surprising rate.
It’s a mystery why this carefree edible isn’t more common in gardens, as it offers beauty and practicality all season long.
Loosestrifes range from ground covers to upright perennials.
Annual pinks are a good selection for container gardens and window boxes.