Landscaping with Annuals
A-108; 32 pages; 5 1/2" x 8 1/2"; Paperback.
Instant beauty and spectacular, diverse color: these are the advantages and charms of annual flowers. By definition, an annual is a plant that grows, flowers, sets seed, and dies in the same season. The term annual is also applied to tender perennials that survive the winter only in the mildest of climates. The real meaning of the term annual is a myriad of color, size, beauty, and form that will burst forth in the landscape from spring frost to fall forest. Every year, there's the anticipation of a new look and new colors with flowers that are easy to grow from seed and readily available at a minimum of cost.
Your guide to More than 300 container and garden plants for summer-long color.
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