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Annual Combinations You Need for 2017

By April 21, 2017 Uncategorized No Comments

You’re perfect patio is easier to achieve than you think! Create a bright and inviting aesthetic with containers and hanging baskets full of beautiful annual combinations. Finding flowers that pair well with each other can seem like an overwhelming task, until now! These captivating annual combinations were purposefully created by master garden designers to ensure that all the colors and styles complement each other perfectly! Here are a few of our top choices for 2017: 

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Trixi® Berry Daring Combination

Pop Culture Combination – these eye catching colors will look beautiful on your patio! Petunia, Verbena, and Lobelia work perfectly together in a mixed container or hanging basket! These primary colors would make a beautiful addition to any patriotic party!

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Spring Picnic Combination

Royal Gold Mix – allow these contrasting colors to make a statement to your borders, baskets, or beds! This combination of burgundy Petunias paired with Gold Impatiens and white Scaevola will catch everyone’s eye! This vigorous and colorful mix will last you all season!

Spring Picnic Combination – Do you want extravagant floral beauty in a low-maintenance package? Time to take a Spring Picnic! Striking red Lanai® Scarlet with Eye, playful Lanai® Upright lime green and royal Calibrachoa Callie® Dark Blue Improved all blend together to give a stunning and reliable performance which enriches containers of all sizes.


Trixi® Salt Water Taffy Combination – A beautiful combination of Verbena, Petunia, and Million Bells! Minifamous® is known for its vigorous growth and trailing habit, so that makes it a wonderful addition to any annual combination! Designed for containers such as hanging baskets and window boxes, this combination will earn you plenty of compliments!

Glamorous Girl Garden Combination – This is a bewitching blend of reds and pinks and varying textures which have a great impact on the summer annual garden. Each variety is heat, drought and humidity tolerant as well as highly visited by butterflies and hummingbirds. All are easy to grow, needing only plentiful sunshine, regular water and feedings to flourish and take off from late spring to early fall.



About Madison

Madison has a newly found passion gardening. Green thumbs run in her family! Her great-grandmother was a self-proclaimed "master gardener" with a yard that overflowed with beautiful blooms. Madison is a writer for Jackson & Perkins and in her free time she enjoys: cooking & baking, home-improvement projects, reading, crossword puzzles, and learning random trivia.

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