5 May, 17

A couple great questions today. We have many annual flowers in our greenhouses and a few outdoors ready for sale but not all should be put out in the ground immediately.

However, perennials in the yard are ready to be planted.

The chart pictured below gives you the general hardiness guidelines for some common annual flowers. This chart was adapted from: http://www.walterreeves.com/landscaping/flowers-cold-hardiness/



Snap Dragons can be withstand light frosts. They bloom well from May through June and will bloom again in September through October.

Snap Dragons can be withstand light frosts. They bloom well from May through June and will bloom again in September through October.

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