5 edition of The Mix & Match Color Guide to Annuals and Perennials found in the catalog.
by Time-Life Books
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||200|
To incorporate color using flowers, it’s vital to remember that many perennials, unlike annuals, tend to flower for shorter windows. Design plant combinations so that you’ll have plants in bloom throughout the growing season, instead of a quiet spring, flowery summer and plain-jane fall. This mix is a blend of 18 sturdy wild perennials from Daisies, Black-eyed Susan’s, and Lupines to Sunflower, Mexican Hat, and of course, Purple is the mix for the serious wildflower gardener who doesn't mind waiting a year for bloom but who really wants to invest in a permanent planting that should increase in color year after packed with % pure, fresh wildflower.
Annual plants germinate, grow, flower, set seed and die all in one growing season. The first frost usually signals the end of the season for annuals and most need to be replanted each year. Some will set seed if the flowers are left to produce seed heads and return the following year. Keep these. For all-season color, interplant annual flowers with reblooming varieties of perennials. The annuals will keep the garden colorful while the perennials come in and out of bloom. In this walkway border, annuals such as marigold, calendula, and zinnia are teamed with perennial coreopsis and daylily.
Thoughtful use of annuals and perennial flowers provides color, texture, and beauty year-round. Designing with annuals, perennials or a combination of both, Designscapes Colorado will guide you to the right solution to beautify your home and enliven your garden. And our expertise with pots and container gardens is unmatched. Please contact our team of experts who will design a seasonal color. Annuals last only one season, either summer or spring/fall but usually have more color, while perennials will last for many years but usually bloom or have color for a shorter time frame. It’s possible to mix and match from different categories, in fact that’s recommended to make things more interesting.
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Here’s what’s happening in your gardening region: April is the end of spring with the average last frost sometime this month. Try mixing them with perennials in a border. This combination ensures endless variety, sizzling colour and impact throughout the summer.
Annuals flower more colourfully and for a longer time than any other plants. Mix them among your perennials to create a wonderful summer display. Hardy perennials are the reliable old faithfuls of the garden.
Pairing Up with Coleus Plants. There are dozens of different coleus plants, but they all have one thing in common: Coleus plants are easy to grow and flourish in summer heat. Some coleus are trailers, great for hanging baskets; most are just the right size to fill a pot on the porch or a spot in a perennial border.
how to select perennials for all-season color The best way to keep a flower garden colorful from spring through fall, is to include a combination of annuals, perennials and bulbs. That said, perennials are the backbone of most flower gardens, because they rebloom year after year.
-- The Mix and Match Color Guide to Annuals and Perennials by Graham Strong and Alan Toogood (Time Life Books, $) contains a stunning variety of flowers, including newer plants popular in the marketplace such as scaevola, or fairy fan flower.
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Annuals are hard to beat in terms of showy, season-long color, while perennials will give you the most value for your money. Since the perennial flowering season is usually shorter, make sure to plant different varieties to keep color going through the season.Browse plants by their primary colors.
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