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Annuals (164 entries)

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  • Great lists of annuals for all occasions: poor soils, hot and dry regions, shade, edging, and more.   [Google cache]
  • This gardener presents a list of her favorite annuals along with brief descriptions and cultural information for each one (16 species).   [Google cache]
  • All kinds of information about up-and-coming annuals for 1998 in this column by Nancy Szerlag.   [Google cache]
  • Need to know what annuals will do well in your arid environment? This link might help...   [Google cache]
  • James L. Caldwell, a floriculturist from Ohio State University, presents a good list of shade tolerant annuals and the consequences of using non-tolerant annuals with less-than adequate light.   [Google cache]
  • Lists of the more common annuals and their cultivars with some photographs. And of course, Behnke Nursery carries them all!   [Google cache]
  • This Suite101 article reports on the best-performing annuals for 1996 in Tennessee.   [Google cache]
  • This is Graham Rice's excellent precursor to his upcoming book. He provides lots of information about new varieties with good photographs coupled with growing tips, seed sources, and propagation advice. This site (and the book) are sure to enhance the industry and move annuals even further into the gardening mainstream! Thanks Graham!   [Google cache]
  • Some ideas and tips for annual combinations.   [Google cache]
  • 67 articles explaining the best techniques to grow annuals in your garden. Includes tips on soil preparation, picking annuals for color or other characteristics, starting your seeds indoors, and links to their sites with relevant information.   [Google cache]
  • Culture, pests, and uses for sunflowers.   [Google cache]
  • A history of that wonderful annual, Impatiens. Also provides some good propagation tips.   [Google cache]
  • This article by Keith Muraoka covers impatiens gardening.   [Google cache]
  • Columnist Linn Mills writes about annuals and how they can be used to brighten gardens.   [Google cache]
  • Judy Lowe presents the results of her discussions with the director of the Herbaceous Trial Gardens at the University of Tennessee for southern annuals.   [Google cache]
  • Are you interested in all of these newfangled annuals that are appearing on the market like weeds after a rain? Wanted more information after buying Graham Rice's book (or failed to buy it in the first place, tsk tsk)? Here's a site with some pretty good photographs of about 35 different annuals, complete with a brief description and "Glen's rating".    [Google cache]
  • A table detailing propagation tips for about 50 species of annuals.   [Google cache]
  • Judy Lowe talks with Allen Armitage about his best-performing annuals and reports back.   [Google cache]
  • A pretty in-depth catalog of annuals available for order online.   [Google cache]
  • Want to overwinter your "annuals"? Some plants that we repurchase year after year can actually be overwintered in your home. These include petunias, geraniums, impatiens, lantana, coleus, and more. Save yourself some bucks and enjoy winter blooms!   [Google cache]

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