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What is an annual?

Annuals produce more flowers because they have just one season to make enough seed to reproduce. To make a lot of seeds, the plants need a lot of flowers. Annuals are making the most out of the short life they have. Since annuals live for just one season, they aren’t assigned climate zones. An annual will grow for the same amount of time in Wisconsin as it will in Florida.  Please see the list below for annuals we offer.  Come early for the largest selection!

Bidens, multiple colors
Black-eyed-Susan vine(yellow, red, orange)
Cactus and succulents, many varieties (bring these inside before winter to enjoy for years)
Calendula (edible flowers)
Coleus, multiple colors
Dorotheanthus "mezoo", trailing red
Dracaena (spike)
Hyacinth bean
Ipomoea, Cardinal Climber vine
Gazania, multiple colors
Lantana, multiple colors
Lobelia multiple colors
Lobularia Lavender Stream and Silver Stream
Marigold, Durango mix and flame
Marigold, Tangerine Gem and Lemon Gem (edible flowers)
Morning Glory, Convolvulus Royal Ensign (non climbing)
Morning Glory, multiple colors (climbing)
Mums (available after Labor Day, multiple colors)
Nasturtium, more than a dozen colors and varieties (edible)
Nicotiana sylvestris - Only the Lonely (white, fragrant, 4-5 ft tall)
Nicotiana Alata
Osteopermum (African Daisy)
Petunia, multiple colors
Petunia, sumo
Portulaca (moss rose), multiple colors
Sweet Potato Vine, multiple colors
Verbena (upright and trailing, multiple colors)
Zinnia, profusion, multiple colors
Zesty Zinnias
State Fair Zinnia
Tithonia(Mexican Sunflower)