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List of Annuals in Stock

  • Calibrachoa (Million Bells)Gazania
  • Fuschia (Shade)
  • Cleome
  • Exotic Begonia 
  • (Sun to Part-Shade)
  • Nemesia
  • Tuberous Root Begonia (Shade)
  • Helichrysum
  • Fibrous Root Begonia
  • Alternanthera
  • Petunia (Trailing, Bedding/Landscape)
  • German Ivy
  • Pansy (Trailing, Bedding/Landscape)
  • Impatiens (Trailing, Bedding)
  • Thunbergia (Black-Eyed Susan Vine)
  • Penstemon
  • Manettia (Candy Corn Vine)
  • Pentas
  • Torenia (Wish-Bone Flower - Shade)
  • Gerbera Daisy
  • Lophospermum
  • Evolvulus (Dwarf Morning Glory)
  • Acalypha Chenille Red
  • Marigold
  • Geranium (Ivy, Interspecific)
  • Celosia
  • Lobularia
  • Coleus (Sun to Shade)
  • Lotus Vine
  • Dusty Miller
  • Hibiscus
  • Portulaca
  • Morning Glory
  • Dianthus
  • Arctosis
  • Salvia
  • Calceolaria
  • Zinnia
  • Dichondra
  • Lobelia
  • Potato Vine
  • Snapdragon
  • Euphorbia
  • New Guinea Impatiens (Shade)
  • Vinca Vine
  • Bacopa
  • Argyranthemum
  • Angelonia
  • Bracteantha (Straw Flower)
  • Dracaena Spikes
  • Dorotheanthus
  • Scaevola
  • Strobilanthus (Persian Shield)
  • Verbena
  • Pennisetum (Rubrum, Fireworks Grass)
  • Lantana (Trailing, Landscape)
  • SunPatiens
  • Perilla (Sun to  Part-Shade)
  • Osteospermum

Annuals

Ornamental annual plants complete their lifecycles during the span of one year, typically between the months of April through October here in the Northwoods. There are hundreds of varieties of annuals, and several environmental factors to be considered in determining which annual plant will perform well in a specific area around your home. These environmental factors include sun or shade requirements, drought/heat tolerance, and other soil requirements. We strive to bring you the hottest trends in color and species, and to provide a large selection of our customers’ favorite annuals, including Petunia, Geranium, Calibrachoa, Impatien, Begonia and Marigold.


Geranium (Pelargonium peltatum).
Geranium colors may be white, pink, lavender, purple, orange, salmon, red or burgundy. Ivy geranium can be trained the stems to climb or grown in baskets.


Pansy flower (Viola wittrockiana).

Pansy flower (Viola wittrockiana).
Pansies are derived from Viola species Viola tricolor hybridized with other viola species, these hybrids are referred to as Viola × wittrockiana. The pansy or pansy violets are a large group of hybrid plants cultivated as garden flowers.
Pansies are derived from Viola species Viola tricolor hybridized with other viola species, these hybrids are referred to as Viola × wittrockiana. The pansy or pansy violets are a large group of hybrid plants cultivated as garden flowers.

 


Petunia flowers (Petunia x hybrida).
Petunias are the most profuse flowering of any annual. Few other annuals produce so many of such large flowers with many different colors. Petunia is a trumpet shaped, widely-cultivated genus of flowering plants of South American origin.

 

Petunia flowers (Petunia x hybrida).
Petunia flowers (Petunia x hybrida).
Petunias are the most profuse flowering of any annual. Few other annuals produce so many of such large flowers with many different colors. Petunia is a trumpet shaped, widely-cultivated genus of flowering plants of South American originPetunia flowers (Petunia x hybrid

Gardeners love zinnias and there are at least a hundred cultivars in a diversity of flower colors and types. There are zinnias with colors from white, cream, green, to yellow, orange, red, bronze, purple; zinnias with striped, speckled and bicolored flowers; zinnias with double, semi-double and dahlia-like "pompon" flowers. Zinnia is a genus of 20 species of annual and perennial plants of family Asteraceae, originally from the American Southwest to South America, but primarily Mexico. Plant sizes range from dwarfs that don't exceed 6 in in height to cut flower beauties that get 3 ft tall.

Zinnia (Zinnia elegans).
Gardeners love zinnias and there are at least a hundred cultivars in a diversity of flower colors and types. There are zinnias with colors from white, cream, green, to yellow, orange, red, bronze, purple; zinnias with striped, speckled and bicolored flowers; zinnias with double, semi-double and dahlia-like "pompon" flowers. Zinnia is a genus of 20 species of annual and perennial plants of family Asteraceae, originally from the American Southwest to South America, but primarily Mexico. Plant sizes range from dwarfs that don't exceed 6 in in height to cut flower beauties that get 3 ft tall.