GERANIUM (pelargonium)

Geraniums have been a gardener’s favorite for years. They are the standard for beds, borders, and containers. Traditional bedding types love hot weather and hold up well to dry conditions; many offer colorful foliage.

PETUNIA (petunia)

Petunias are failproof favorites for gardeners. They are vigorous growers and prolific bloomers. Color choices are nearly limitless, with many having beautiful veining and intriguing colors.
Wave petunias and Mini Calibrachoas have made this plant even more popular. 

MARIGOLD (tagetes)

No annual is more cheerful or easier to grow than the marigold. These flowers are ranked high among annuals, showing a wealth of gold, copper, and brass into our gardens.
Marigolds have daisy-like or double, carnation-like flowerheads and are produced singly or in clusters.

PORTULACA (portulaca grandiflora)

Portulaca, or moss rose, is a popular drought-tolerant annual. Plants are low-growing spreaders with thick succulent stems and vibrant, cup-shaped flowers. Flowers come in a wide range of colors.

COLEUS (coleus)

An intriguing variety of outstanding multi-colored leaves with great texture adding interest and depth to any planting.

SAGE (salvia)

A beautiful low maintenance repeat bloomer. Spikes of flowers all summer long. Heat and drought tolerant.

OSTEOSPERMUM (compositae)

Osteospermum adds instant cheer to spring and fall gardens with its colorful, daisy-shape flowers and dark green foliage. The blooms are wonderful for cutting and appear in a wide range of colors.

ANGELONIA (scrophul-ariaceae)

Choose from a variety of colors that bloom continuously on compact spiky stems. A delicate looking plant but is deceivingly tough. One of our favorites!