Annual Manual - How To Grow Annual Flowers & Plants

Discovering Annuals, by Graham Rice

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Half hardy annuals in unusual colours
Unusual colours can be very successful and attractive - or create more bewilderment than excitement; these are the most appealing.

Ageratum 'Bavaria' White pads with blue filaments; pretty. 9in/23cm
Callistephus (Aster) 'Florette Champagne' Soft creamy pink; quilled petals. 2ft/6/60cm
Nicotiana 'Unwins Lime Green' Easily the best lime tobacco. 2ft/60cm
Pelargonium (Geranium) 'Orange Appeal' The purest orange geranium. 1ft/30cm
Petunia 'Duo Mixed' Neat doubles in many colour pairings. 1ft/30cm
Petunia 'Rose Flare' Cerise, white centre, rich cream throat. 1ft/30cm
Salvia 'Sizzler Salmon' Pale salmon flowers in darker heads. 9in/23cm
Tagetes (Afro-French Marigold) 'Seven Star Red' Rich mahogany fading to orange. 9in/23cm
Verbena 'Peaches and Cream' Pink and orange; love or hate. 1ft/30cm
Viola (Pansy) 'Imperial Antique Shades' Peachy, beige and pink. 6in/15cm

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Hardy annuals - are for sowing in the garden
Half hardy annuals - are for raising indoors or buying in 


Adapted from The Planting Planner by Graham Rice   

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