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Mixed Annuals

Mixed Annuals

Flowering annuals add a bright touch to any landscape setting. Provides an abundance of brightly colored blooms all season long. Easy to grow and very rewarding.

Moonflower, Moon Vine

Moonflower, Moon Vine (Ipomoea alba)

A close relative of the Morning Glory, this fast growing, twining vine of heart shaped leaves, has earned its common name for the glorious, paper white blooms that quickly unfold each evening, remaining open all through the night until they are kissed by the morning sun. Even though…

Morning Glory

Morning Glory (Ipomoea tricolor)

Morning Glory gets its name from the magnificent, trumpet-shaped blooms that open each morning. The flowers last for just a day, but there will be more blooms tomorrow. Be sure to provide a trellis or some other type of structure to support the vine. This is a great plant for…

Nasturtium, Indian Cress, Monk's Cress

Nasturtium, Indian Cress, Monk's Cress (Tropaeolum majus)

A tasteful and tasty choice! The colorful and edible trumpet blooms of Nasturtium are excellent for brightening annual combinations, and for spicing up salads with their peppery bite..

Nemesia

Nemesia (Nemesia hybrid)

Nemesia bring color and a light, airiness to the garden or patio with their dainty blooms and leaves floating about on slender stems. These loose, open plants are softening companions to those with more broad, stiff or upright foliage. Generous watering during hot spells is the key…

New Guinea Impatiens

New Guinea Impatiens (Impatiens x hybrida)

New Guinea Impatiens offer the same wonderful range of bloom colors as their shade loving cousins in the walleriana and balsamina species, but with the ability to grow in sunnier locations. They also have lush foliage, which is variegated with yellow in some varieties.

New Zealand Flax Hybrid

New Zealand Flax Hybrid (Phormium Hybrid)

Phormium are excellent for bringing a bit of architectural form to gardens and containers. Their striking leaves may be stiffly upright or gracefully arching, depending on the variety selected. The wide range of varieties offers foliage colors in variegated greens, yellows, reds and…

Nicotiana

Nicotiana (Nicotiana)

The blooms of Nicotiana are tiny trumpets of color, some with the added delight of sweet fragrance. A majority of the popular varieties are grown as annuals, but perennial and shrub forms are available for tropical climates.Combine Nicotiana with broad leaved and trailing plants for…

Nierembergia, Broom Cup Flower

Nierembergia, Broom Cup Flower (Nierembergia scoparia)

Beautiful mass of delicate cup-shaped flowers on fine-textured foliage that looks fantastic trailing over the side of a planter or in the garden. This is a great medium-sized plant to transition between groundcovers and taller plants and blooms provide color all season long. Grow it…

Ornamental Corn

Ornamental Corn 'Field of Dreams' (Zea mays)

Enjoy the rugged performance of field corn, but “all dressed up” and ready to mingle in the flower garden. The wavy ribbons of green, white and rose variegated foliage and imposing height make this a spectacular specimen on its own. Use several plants to create a colorful…