Longtime favorites for colorful, round flowers, typically in summer and early fall. These are hotweather plants that do not gain from being planted early; they merely stand still until weather warms up. Subject to mildew in foggy places, if given overhead water, and when autumn brings longer nights,more dew and shade. Sow seeds where plants are to grow (or set out nursery plants) from late spring to early summer. Give good garden soil, feed generously. Most garden zinnias belong to Z. elegans.
Compact growth to 16 in. high and wide, with very narrow leaves to 2 1/2 in. long.Orange, inch-wide flowers; each ray has a paler stripe. Blooms in 6 weeks from seed, continues late into fall.
Shrubby, branching South American native topped in summer and fall with many open, fluffy clusters of ...
Rutabaga is a tasty turnip relative with large yellowish roots; its leaves are palatable only when ver...
Mediterranean nativewidely grown for use as a freshor dried cut flower. To 1 1/2 ft. high and 1 ft. wi...