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Past Articles Library | Annual Flowers

High Heat Flowers - These flowers do well in extremely hot, dry, conditions as well as moderate temperatures.

How To Save Summer Annual Flower Seeds

Annual Flowers - Eye Catching Color Combinations and Ideas

Annual Flower Profile-Begonia

A Plant of Many Colors-The Coleus

Caring for Cupid's Gift-Fresh Cut Rose Care

Gerber Daisy-A Colorful Beauty

How to Grow Tuberous Begonias

How to Grow and Care for an Annual Favorite-Petunia

Growing and Caring for Impatiens

How to Grow and Care for Ornamental Sweet Potato Vine

How to Grow and Care for Zinnias

Growing an Everlasting Favorite-Helichrysum

Learn to Plant and Care for Sunflowers

How to Grow and Care for Coleus

How to Grow and Care for Bachelor Buttons

How to Grow and Care for Nasturtiums

How to Grow and Care for Snapdragons

How to Grow and Care for Cypress Vine

How to Grow and Care for Larkspur

How to Grow the Livingstone Daisy

Growing Violas

2 Unique Ways to Grow Poinsettias

Stretch the Season by Growing and Drying these 3 Annual Flowers

How to Grow and Dry 3 Commonly used Annual Flowers in the Floral Designs


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Growing Caladium

Caladiums grow from tubers sold in the spring.

You can buy the tubers and plant your own, but buying a full-grown plant is the easiest way to know what color the leaves will be.

Give your Caladiums high humidity or the leaf margins may turn brown.

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