Best 7 Easy-to-Grow Annual Flowers for Your Backyard

Best 7 Easy-to-Grow Annual Flowers for Your Backyard -- Having plants with beautiful flowers can be very satisfying for us. But, have no time? Don't worry because there are "Best 7 Easy-to-Grow Annual Flowers for Your Backyard" that you can try to care for! Let's check them out.



Angelonia, with its colorful spikes of blue, purple, pink, or white blooms, is another fantastic choice for spicing up your garden. They thrive in sunny places with well-drained soil and are unaffected by hot and humid weather. Angelonia is a dream come true for busy gardeners; all it needs is a little fertilizer or compost to thrive. 



Toucan Cannas Lily, which comes in four colors: red, rose, scarlet, and yellow, is a great choice if you want the look of tropical plants but require something as easy to cultivate as a petunia. They grow swiftly to produce eye-catching thrillers in huge pots and can flourish in landscapes. 

Cannas blossom profusely all summer in warm regions where they thrive in the heat, but they are planted primarily for their striking leaves in colder locations where they bloom later in the season. 



Calibrachoa, also known as Superbells, is a perfect option for busy gardeners wanting color. It's offers to add a splash of color to any container, window box, hanging basket, or raised bed with its colorful flowers in red, yellow, orange, or pink. Plant your Superbells in well-drained soil in a sunny area with at least 4 hours of sunlight every day for their growth.



Euphorbia Diamond Frost looks light and wispy, yet it is one of the most plants for your garden. They require essentially no more care once planted in landscapes. They are also the ideal plant for combo pots, as they mix well with everything. 

They enjoy heat, tolerate dryness, and will bloom in either the sun or the shade, however the sun will produce more flowers. If you want something easy, this is the plant for you.



Fragrant, strong, cold resistant, all-summer blooming plants that don't require particular care are hard to come across, but these sweet alyssums fit perfectly. Plant them in part sun to full sun and keep them moist, and you'll be rewarded with a spectacular display of scented blooms for months on end. 



The finest landscaping petunia. Without a doubt. Supertunia Vista cultivars thrive admirably throughout the growing season, lasting an extra month in southern areas and far into October in temperate climates. 

They are developed to blossom earlier, grow higher and broader, and spread faster than ordinary petunias. These plants do not require deadheading and will bloom from spring until fall. 



You've found your plant if you're seeking for a long-blooming annual that attracts butterflies and hummingbirds. These simple blooms do not require deadheading, and because they produce little seed, they will not become invasive like other verbenas of this sort. Its endurance to heat and drought, as well as its deer resistance, add to its allure.

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