Winter Annual Photos

Winter annuals
Click for a larger image. Biennial cardoon is valued for its texture and foliage color as well as cold hardiness. (Photo: Lane Greer)
Click for a larger image. Biennial cardoon is valued for its texture and foliage color as well as cold hardiness. (Photo: James L. Gibson)
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Attention Northern growers! The cold-hardy kale ‘Red Bor’ is a durable winter annual for wintry climates. (Photo: James L. Gibson)

Click for a larger image. Landscape performance of the cold-hardy kale ‘Red Bor’ is superior. (Photo: James L. Gibson)
Click for a larger image. In this patio pot, plants were chosen based on their ability to match pot color. (Photo: James L. Gibson)
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Woody plants provide the foundation for cold-hardy annuals and perennials. (Photo: James L. Gibson)

Click for a larger image. Color bowls that are interesting in terms of foliage texture and flower color are more appealing to customers. (Photo: James L. Gibson)
Click for a larger image. Color bowls that are interesting in terms of foliage texture and flower color are more appealing to customers. (Photo: James L. Gibson)
Click for a larger image. Color bowls that are interesting in terms of foliage texture and flower color are more appealing to customers. (Photo: James L. Gibson)
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Combining mustards, plants from the Fall Magic™ series, and pansies makes a great product for the winter season. (Photo: James L. Gibson)

Click for a larger image. Color bowls that are interesting in terms of foliage texture and flower color are more appealing to customers. (Photo: James L. Gibson)
Click for a larger image. Color bowls with plants from the Fall Magic™ series are specifically designed for the fall and winter seasons. (Photo: James L. Gibson)
Click for a larger image. Proven WinnersÒ offers a collection of plants that provide the consumer with vivid colors and excellent textures. (Photo: James L. Gibson)
Click for a larger image. Proven WinnersÒ offers a collection of plants that provide the consumer with vivid colors and excellent textures. (Photo: James L. Gibson)
Click for a larger image. Chards provide not only brightly colored petioles but also interesting crinkled foliage. (Photo: James L. Gibson)
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Swiss chard provides crinkled foliage and colorful stems. (Photo: James L. Gibson)

Click for a larger image. The vibrantly colored stems and dark green, ruffled foliage of Swiss chard make a good background for delicate pansy blossoms. (Photo: James L. Gibson)

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