What’s the difference between annuals and perennials? In general, annuals need to be replanted every year, and perennials come back year after year. But, when shopping for plants, it's more complicated because hardiness depends on your growing zone. Get all your questions about annuals vs perennials answered here.
For colorful foliage and beautiful flowers that thrive in full shade, try adding some of these annual plants for shade. They can be grown in containers or used to fill in some bare areas in your garden beds. #fromhousetohome #annuals #shadegarden #gardening #gardeningforbeginners
Discover how to fill your yard with flowers that bloom all summer long. Grow low-maintenance annual flowers such as impatiens, geraniums, salvia, snapdragon, and begonia in partial shade or full sun and enjoy continuous blooms. #longbloomingannuals #longblooming #annuals #plants #flowers
Discover how to fill a shady outdoor space with shade-loving annuals to bring beauty to the yard. Fill full shade or partial shade flowerbeds and hanging baskets with caladium, lobelia, fuchsia, and torenia and enjoy colorful plants all summer long. #shadeannuals #annualsforshade #shadegarden