Feeling tired of growing the same annual flowers in your garden each year? Then, it’s time to elevate your expectations by planting several uncommon, some even rare, annuals that will remake your beds and borders from boringly bland to interesting and lively.
Are you a bored flower gardener tired of the same annual plants sold in seed catalogs and garden centers? Maybe you dread another summer viewing those usual yawn-inducing impatiens, red geraniums, marigolds, petunias, and zinnias. You wish you could spruce up your beds and borders so they can “pop and zing” with vitality.
Some compelling, unusual, and intriguing annual plants are ready to energize your summer with fantastic beauty. You will feel the pleasure of flower gardening returning after a long absence. Don’t be a conformist — be a rebellious or revolutionary gardener abandoning the commonly grown annual flowering plants in favor of raising the lesser known ones.
Garden centers rarely offer most of the bedding and border plants listed in this ebook. Still, you may find them in specialty seed or plant online nursery businesses. Some varieties are challenging to locate but well worth the search and cost.
If you have become a lackluster or lethargic gardener who longs for unusual quick-growing and long-blooming plants, try planting the gorgeous annuals listed in this publication. They will give you an energizing jolt of surprise and satisfaction that recaptures the pride of being or becoming an adventurous flower gardener.
This ebook is available in EPUB format from these vendors: Apple iBooks; Barnes & Noble Nook; Rakuten-Kobo; Tolino Distributors. The size of the file is approximately 3.80 MB.
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