10 Annual Flowers To Plant In Your Garden This Spring
You’ll hear the words “Annuals” and “Perrenials” but you may not know which is which.
Annuals are helpful to fill containers in gardens, especially early-blooming spring annuals. According to Better Homes & Gardens, you have to be careful of the plants that have sun or shade restrictions, which will grow in specific soil conditions, and more.
Check out the gallery of flowers here that are considered Annuals, and which will work best for your garden.
According to HGTV, Sweet Pea flowers are cool-season type flowers and are great to put along a fence or a trellis. There are a few hues to choose from, ranging from pink to a violet color.