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Sow half-hardy annuals in early spring, making sure that you protect them from frost. Plant them out after all risk of frost has passed and you'll be rewarded with delightful flowers all throughout the summer. Hint: use the selections in the left menu to narrow down your search for the perfect half-hardy annual seeds for your garden.
Rudbeckia hirta 'Prairie Sun'
Coneflower, Black-eyed Susan
An impressive debut for beds and borders, this unique new plant was awarded a Fleuroselect Gold Medal. The unusual blooms with central green cones and bright orange petals radiating back to lemon yellow, make dazzling cut flowers.More info
Celosia argentea var. cristata 'Fresh Look Red & Yellow'
Cockscomb, Plumosa groupThese ideal partners will add a refreshing flow to your summer bedding displays or containers. Traditionally used as a pot plant, new breeding has turned Celosia Fresh Look into an outstanding garden performer, flowering non-stop all summer long. More info
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