The Q&A Archives: Annuals for North Florida

Question: What are the best type of plants to plant in a garden that doesn't require a lot of shade, that looks colorful and easy to maintain?

Answer: Some annuals for North Florida (including the panhandle)<br>that do well in full sun are:<br>Ageratum, Alyssum, Amaranthus, Asters, Baby's Breath, Begonia (Wax), Calendula, Carnation (China Doll), Celosia<br>This is a few. There are many more. You can get a <br>complete list by calling your County Extension Office (850)623-3868. Ask for Circular 569 entitled "Annual Flowers for Florida".

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