Most flowers love the sun! The selection is greatest in this category.
Million Bells ‘Petunia’
Named for closely resembling a small petunia, Million Bells is actually not a petunia at all, but a Calibrachia. This plant flowers profusely from spring to fall, producing hundreds of one inch blooms, available in many different colors. Their trailing habit makes them perfect for hanging baskets and containers. A relatively new plant, this is one of our favorites.
Osteospermum (Cape Daisy)
Although this plant goes through a period of bloom dormancy in hot weather, its stunning and exotic flowers more than make up for it when in bloom. This is one of our best-selling annuals and is perfect for planting groups in beds.
These flowers are pollinator magnets! Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies to your yard. They bloom from spring to fall. Their flowers are a large clusters. What’s not to love?
A classic flower that comes in many different colors, from red to yellow to salmon to white. The blooms are large and attached to long stalks. Planting them in groups creates a striking effect.
If you love impatiens, but are planting in a sunny area, Vinca is perfect for you. Very similar in appearance to impatiens, the blooms are round and flat. Vinca is not a fussy plant and is low-maintenance.