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A longtime contributor to Horticulture magazine, Winterrowd has written an authoritative, comprehensive guide to annuals and tender plants suitable for USDA Zones 3-8. Covering more than 600 species ... Read full review
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American gardens ancient Greek annual plants anticipated frost date Asteraceae autumn beautiful biennial bloom blue botanical bouvardias bracts bright classification color common names cool greenhouse cultivar cultivated CULTURAL DIFFICULTY cut flowers daisy family danger of frost early spring easy flowering plants foliage forms frost is past Full sun genus genus name germination growing conditions grown as tender Grown for flower growth half-hardy half-hardy annuals hardy annual height houseplant Humus-rich inches long last anticipated frost last frost leaf leaves LEVEL OF CULTURAL lobes Moderately fertile moist native ornamental value peat peat pots perlite petals pink poppy popular name Proboscidea produce pronunciation propagation purple racemes rich Salvia seed shade shrubs snapdragon sowing sown in place sown indoors special properties SPECIES family species name stems Stylomecon sub-shrub summer garden temperatures tender annual tiny transplanted vine warm weather weeks before last well-drained soil window boxes winter yellow young plants zaluzianskyas zinnias