Annual flowers can provide great garden and container interest with their ongoing blossoms and diverse forms and foliage.
Here are some flowers you can still plant now to beautify your landscape and attract pollinators to your garden.
|Zinnia||Zinnia 'Benary's Giant Mix'|
|Butter daisy||Melampodium 'Showstar'|
|Fan flower||Scaevola hybrid 'Whirlwind® Blue'|
|Moss rose||Portulaca 'Sundial Mix', 'Happy Hour Peppermint'|
|Lavender verbena||Verbena bonariensis|
|Dahlberg daisy or golden fleece||Dyssodia tenuiloba 'Golden Fleece'|
|Cosmos||Cosmos 'Sonata TM Mix'|
|Ageratum||Ageratum 'Blue Horizon'|
|Flowering tobacco||Nicotiana sylvestris. Although it contains trace amounts of nicotine, it is not toxic to bees.|
Find more plants to attract pollinators to your garden.
Is Nicotiana harmful to bees? University of Washington Botanic Garden has answers.
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