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                                                           Annual Flower Plants
                                                             By Cathy Peterson



    A garden full of flower plants of different types is more beautiful to see. More so if the garden
contains a mix of annual flower plants along with others. Annual flower plants are those which exist for
only one complete season. This means their complete life cycle from germination from seeds to death
occurs in a lifespan of only a few months. The positive thing about annual flower plants is that they give
flowers generously during their blooming periods. And this blooming period also exists for a
comparatively longer time than other flower plants.

Annual plants are divided into three types based on their hardiness. Hardiness is the measure of
intensity of cold weather or frost that the plants can endure. Apart from staying alive, the plants grow
and bloom during this period effectively. There are mainly three annual periods - warm weather
annuals, cool weather annuals, and frost hardy annuals.

Annual flower plants must be planted specifically in the season during which they can complete their
whole life cycle successfully. Plants that are capable of growing in one season will certainly die off if
planted in some other season because the intensity of cold will vary from one region to another.

There are two main conditions to be met here. Firstly, the annuals must be capable of growing in the
soil found in that particular area. Secondly, they must be grown only in that particular season in which
they can thrive.

Warm weather annuals include zinnias, marigolds, and nasturtiums. These plants are incapable of
tolerating any plants. Hence, these can be planted in any region containing the soil needed for these
plants during the summer season.

Cool weather annuals are snapdragons, petunias, and calceolaria. These plants thrive during the end
of summer and at the start of early frost.

Frost hardy annuals are pansy, stock, calendula, and larkspur. These annuals plants can take quite a
lot of frost and still blossom during the season. These are usually planted at the end of mild winter and
before the beginning of deep winter.

You can find out what annual plants the soil in your area would support from a number of websites on

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the internet. This information can also be found in a number of books relating to horticulture. Apart from
all this, if you have a plant nursery close to your house, just visit it and find out which annuals will
survive in which season in your area.

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                                      Helpful Ideas For Designing A Flower Garden
                                                          By Jennifer Houck



 There is one thing that all flower gardens have in common - gorgeous flowering plants. What sets one
flower garden apart from another is the structure and design surrounding the flowers. The most
attractive flower gardens have been planned carefully and designed precisely. In order to plan and
design a beautiful flower garden, you must plan in advance and choose plants that will compliment one
another.

Before finalizing your flower garden plans it is a good idea to visit your local nursery to get an idea of
which flowers appeal to you and what types and colors of flowers will compliment each other nicely.
Try to choose plants that flower at varying times of the year and that offer a wide variety of colors.
Different textures and greenery will give you the best results. Also, choose a mixture of annuals and
perennials. Annuals are flowers that must be planted each year and perennials are flowers that return
year after year with no need to replant.

It is always helpful to make a rough drawing of the outline of your flower garden and begin adding
various elements from there. You will have to decide upon the border of your flower garden and the
shape of the bed. A border is the area around the outside of your garden and the bed is the area inside
the border. You can choose plants, stones, or edging for the border and then fill the bed with a variety
of flowering plants.

In choosing the types of flowers you will grow in your garden, spend a little time researching the best
types of flowers for your area. Some flowers will do well in any part of the country while others will only
produce flowers in certain climates. Choosing plants that are native to your particular area is always a
good idea, especially for beginners. Native plants are ones that grow naturally in your region and will
require the least amount of care and maintenance.



Jennifer Houck is the owner of http://www.bestflowergrowers.com, the Best Flower resource for
learning how to grow your flowers.




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