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A plant that requires 'full
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unfiltered, uninterrupted
sunlight including the
hour of noon.
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Annual
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Characteristics
Pansy
    Subtle tones of blues and violets.
    A beautiful full sun annual for
    container and garden.
Marigold
    Available in oranges, reds, and
    yellows, these warm-season
    annuals will bloom from spring
    through winter as long as you
    deadhead them regularly.
Petunia
    Petunias are known for easy care
    and robust growth.
Snapdragon
Snapdragons are welcome
annuals for nearly every garden.
The pouched, tubular flowers
come in many colors.
Salvia
    Silver-gray leaves and wonderful
    purple-blue flower spikes growing
    18 to 30 inches high
    A butterfly
    shaped
    flower bed.
    Flagstone
    is used for
    the body
    with
    marigolds
    and various
    annuals
    creating the
    wings.
    Aimee's Advice
    Want to brighten up your landscape?
    Do it with annuals! Annual flower beds are
    fun and simple and can provide brilliant
    color throughout the seasons. Nothing in the
    landscape can provide as much color, for as
    long a time, as can flowering annuals.
    Pansy, viola, and petunia are a few of the
    best for late fall planting.

    Annual flowers look great in groupings near
    the front door, along walkways, patios, or
    beside pools. For the best effect, limit your
    planting to 2 or 3 colors per planting bed. If
    you'd like a more formal look, use one
    variety of annual. Good choices include
    geraniums, marigolds, and petunias. Plant
    in groups of 10 or more for best effect. If you
    like a vivid color scheme, try marigolds,
    salvia, or snapdragons. For subtler tones,
    select the blues and violets of pansies.