|I have a large triangular corner of my yard that gets full sun and is planted with Spirea, Forsythia, Quince, Weigela, Flowering Almond, Butterfly Bush and Lilac. These are very old and very big. In the very back, I have Crepe Myrtles and Altheas as trees. The bed is on a slight slope and not easily accessible, but beautiful when viewed from the deck (or it will be when I'm finished cleaning it out). Currently, in the very front of the bed I have azaleas. I like the loose, flowing look of the other bushes, but don't like the azaleas with them. I plan to transplant the azaleas to another section of my yard. Now, my question...can you suggest a variety of reseeding/resowing annuals for that spot? Annuals that spread to push out most weeds - are there such flowers? Perennials and bulbs require dividing. Since the bed is difficult to work in, I like the virtual maintenance-free aspect of the bed as it is now. I do use the flowering shrubs currently in the bed for cuttings to arrange inside, so it would be nice if the annuals were of the same sort. Please feel free to suggest Perennials and Bulbs that would fit the above criteria.