5 Amazing Container Annuals

Return to the Blog Home Page

5 Amazing Container Annuals
Dichondra

Annuals are the showy favorites of container gardening. Container gardening is easy and all that is needed is a little height, filler and overflowing color. These five amazing annuals will provide the “wow” that is essential for container gardening:

  1. The Baby King Tut Papyrus provides nice texture and works well for the center piece.
    Baby King Tut Papyrus

    Baby King Tut Papyrus

     

  2. The Silver Falls Dichondra will spill over the edge of containers with silver blue foliage.
    Silver Falls Dichondra

    Silver Falls Dichondra

     

  3. Raspberry Blast Petunias is a spiller with bright pink flowers (a great contrast to the silver falls dichondra).
    Raspberry Blast Supertunias

    Raspberry Blast Supertunias

     

    Be sure to follow us on Facebook to discover more great landscape ideas!

  4. A personal favorite is the Blizzard Geranium that is available in a variety of colors and will fill a container with blooms.
    Blizzard Geraniums

    Blizzard Geraniums

     

  5. The Blue Plumbago has it all with powder blue blooms, good height and texture.

    Blue Plumbago

    Blue Plumbago

 

As winners of over 275 awards, Gibbs Landscape Company offers a proven track record of creative, quality landscape design and maintenance. Our team of highly trained, qualified Landscape Architects and horticulturalist can design and maintain a landscape that will add value to your property for years to come. You deserve the best in landscape design/build and maintenance…you deserve Gibbs Landscape Company.

Pinterest

Tags: , , , , , , , , ,

Landscaping Tips and Helpful Guides


Spring Gardening Tips

April 8, 2020 - It’s spring! Now is the time to ready your garden landscape for the months to come. Here are some great tips on how to get your garden ready for spring. Prepare beds for s...

Top 5 Fall Gardening Tips from Peter Copses

November 25, 2019 - 1. Make sure falling leaves a removed regularly from newly aerated and overseeded fescue lawns. The new grass needs sunlight to properly mature. 2. Cut back perennials. Cut back...

Get Your Project Started