hardy annual

Related to hardy annual: Winter annuals
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hardy annual

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The whole life cycle of a hardy annual is completed within a season - growing, flowering, producing seed and then dying in one year.
It's not reliably hardy so don't treat it as a hardy annual - and it's best started under cover.
THIN out hardy annual seedlings sown ' in open ground last month.
He added: "This story has been a hardy annual for the past 15 years.
Fleuroselect is the international organisation for the ornamental plants industry and they have named 2017 as the year of the zinnia, a cheerful half hardy annual hailing from Mexico.
This has been one of the best springs for hardy annual cultivation, all of which should be sown where they are intended to flower.
It is often used in African and Indian cooking, where it is known as ladies' fingers or gumbo, but it is possible to I grow this half hardy annual here, although it will need full sun and a hot, humid environment to crop well.
Perhaps the best value of all seeds are those of hardy annual flowers, which can be sown directly in their flowering positions and will bloom faster than any other type of ornamental plant.
Look out for the words hardy annual or the initials HA on the seed packets in garden centres now and make this an Easter garden activity.
The hardy annual needs all the sunshine it can get to flower right through the summer, so choose an open bed that can be viewed from all sides.
THERE'S a week to go to Christmas and already one hardy annual has begun to leave its impression on the North-East's festive season.
Nigella is a hardy annual and you can sow it direct into the ground in spring.