Grow Annual Flowers From Seeds For A Colorful Garden
Annual flowers will have a life span that is less than a year. They are grown from seeds, and after they flower, they will drop seeds, and the roots, leaves, stems, and flowers will die.
It is never definite that the seeds that the original plant will produce will result in new plants the following year, and if you have liked the colors that these annuals have brought to your garden, it is better if you obtain fresh annual flower seeds from your nearest nursery.
It is simple to start these annual from seeds, as long as they are planted at the correct time and in the correct soil. You can also buy starter plants from nurseries if you do not want to take this trouble. Annuals put on a showy display of flowers that can last all through the summer, and make your garden a visual delight.