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Blue Annuals?

March 19, 2005

Blue DelphiniumLast year I grew a white garden and it was spectacular. This year I'd like to try my hand at a blue garden. I'd like some ideas of annuals I could use.

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Donna Marie

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March 20, 20050 found this helpful
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I always have had good luck with bachelor's buttons (cornflower). Very easy to grow from seed, prolific bloomers, good cut flowers. If you want just blues, rather than the more popular assortments, shop around for "Blue Boy." Love-in-a-mist is also a good choice if you want to start from seeds.

If you want to buy bedding plants, there are many choices, such as blue sage (salvia), which you can find anywhere, or lobelia or campanula.

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By Julia (Guest Post)
March 21, 20050 found this helpful
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Hi Donna Marie,

You might look for Plumbago, Porter's Weed,
Blue Salvia, and Blue Daze. You should get a
lovely blue garden with those hardy plants.

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They are also varied in greens and textured foliages
in that selection.
Hope this helps.

Julia in Orlando, Florida

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By Danialle (Guest Post)
March 22, 20050 found this helpful
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Don't forget Blue Flax, my favorite. It blooms a very long time.

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