Make your home or garden a joyous and bright place to be by planting flowers. When planting flowers and other plants, make a plan and get the best soil. Find out what potting medium is the best for the flowers you are growing and then try to find the best location or potting mix for your flowers. Select the location and find out what type of light that is best for your plants.
The next step is deciding which kind of flower that you want. Visit a local gardening or browse on the internet to choose the best flowers for your garden. If you want a flowers that blooms all year, check out these 9 annual flowers for year-round color below to inspire you.
1. Sweet Pea
Plant your sweet pea along a trellis or fence line. Or plant them with your vegetable garden to add color.
2. Snow Princess Sweet Alyssum
Sweet alyssum flowers is come in a variety of colors. You can tuck along edges of planting beds, or put it in a hanging baskets or containers. Plant this and butterfly will come to your garden.
3. ‘Cinderella’ Stock
Plant it in a place where you can savor the fragrance. Use in mass plantings in beds near paths and entries or tuck into pots on porches.
This cornflower, or also known as bachelor’s button is come in shades of blue, white and pink. This flowers are also pairs well with roses, dame’s rocket, larkspur or poppies.
Nasturtium is grows easily, even in a seed and prefer a poor soil. This colorful flower will turn your garden into a festive floral show.
6. ‘Surefire Rose’ Begonia
This kind of begonias will transform your space into the envy of the neighborhood. Plant them in mass in beds, or tuck into containers.
7. Angelface Blue angelonia
This pretty purple flower stages a strong flower show and makes few demands in return. Just tuck into planting beds or use in containers.
8. ‘Royal Velvet’ Supertunia and ‘Coral Red’ Superbena
Tuck along this non-stop blooms of supertunia and superbena in flower bed or container edges or in hanging baskets.
9. Rudbeckia ‘Prairie Sun’
Plants self-sow and occasionally come back from the roots, usually in mild winter regions. Plant in spring after all danger of frost has passed.