Winter Annual Photos

Early spring seed propagated annuals
Click for a larger image. Calendula, flowering kale, dusty miller, and diascia perform well in containers, as well as in the landscape. (Photo: James L. Gibson)
Click for a larger image. This color bowl combines bulbs, herbs, annuals, and perennials to create an effective spring-flowering container. (Photo: James L. Gibson)
Click for a larger image. English daisies can survive mild frosts and still retain healthy foliage and colorful flowers. (Photo: James L. Gibson)
Click for a larger image. Alyssum looks best in the cool months. The honey-like fragrance is another attractive attribute of this winter annual. (Photo: Lane Greer)
Click for a larger image. Alyssum looks best in the cool months. The honey-like fragrance is another attractive attribute of this winter annual. (Photo: James L. Gibson)
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California poppies have attractive flowers and textured foliage in early spring. (Photo: James L. Gibson)

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California poppies have attractive flowers and textured foliage in early spring. (Photo: James L. Gibson)

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