Dear Carol: I lease my house. I’d like to plant a lot of flowers however can’t truly pay for to plant perennials, particularly since I may not even reside in this location a year from now. Exist annuals that can still be planted in June that will flower this summertime and fall? I need to get a great deal of bang for my dollar.
Response: June is the ideal time to get numerous annuals planted from seed. I’ll speak about a few of my favorite annuals. Some can even be taken into salads and consumed! A lot of will self sow, indicating they set seed and scatter themselves and will sprout next year.