|Petunia Pretty Much Picasso|
- Alyssum (Lobularia maritima) Zone 5-9 These honey scented flowers also drop seeds that will grow the following year.
- Coleus Zone 10-11 If you take cuttings of this plant, they root easily in a glass of water and can be grow as houseplants over the fall and winter.
- Begonias (most are perennial) Zone 9-10 These have been known to overwinter in zone 8 if the winter is mild
- Fuchsia Zone 8-10, with some varieties hardy to zone 7
- Geraniums (Pelargoniums) I found various conflicting zones listed for these, from zone 11 all the way down to zone 7 with protection.
- Gerbera daises Zone 9-11
- Heliotrope Zone 8-11
- Impatiens walleriana Zone 8-10
- Lobelia erinus Zone 9-11
- Nicotiana Zone 8-11
- Osteospermum Zone 9-11
- Pansies Zone 4-8 These are usually grown as biennials because they get leggy and unattractive looking in the second year. I love pansies because here in southwest BC, they bloom all winter long, except during our brief cold snaps.
- Petunias Zone 9-11
- Sage (Salvia) Most species are zone 8-10 with culinary sage being hardier
- Snapdragons Zone 8-9 These don't bloom well the second year.
|Pretty Primrose I couldn't resist buying|