Annuals

Below is a list of annual plants we typically have available in flats, 4″ cups, 6″ cups, hanging baskets, and/or planters. The list is not exhaustive. Give us a call at 609-758-7500 for current availability and pricing, or to see if we have a specific plant you’re looking for! We are always happy to help you find what you’re looking for and will grow specific plants for you at special request.

Each plant type typically available in a variety of colors!

Full to Part Sun Full to Part Shade Deer-resistant* Insect repellent
Gazania – Jenna’s fave! Impatiens – adds lots of color to your shady spot  Lantana – smells citrusy and attracts butterflies Various Herbs – check the edibles page for more info!
Marigolds  Coleus – beautiful foliage  Cosmos Marigolds
Vinca Lobelia  Marigolds Geranium
Portulaca – rose moss Polka dot plant  Angelonia  Ageratum
Snapdragons  Torenia Dusty miller   Citrosa – smells like citronella
Draceana spikes – good for planters Sweet potato vine   Ageratum  
Sunpatiens – Alex’s fave!  Fuschia  Angel’s trumpet  
 Petunias Rex begonia  Calendula   
Ageratum   Wax begonia  Vinca  
 Zinnia  Tuberose begonia Cleome   
Vinca vine – trailing  Angel wing begonia  Forget-me-not  
Trailing vinca – flowering Caladium     
Trailing portulaca – drought tolerant  Sweet Allysum – part shade    
Calibrachoa – named “million bells” for a reason!  New Guinea impatiens – morning sun    
Supertunia  Boston fern – hanging baskets    
Salvia      
Mums – late summer to fall      
Asters – late summer to fall      
Angelonia      
Dichondra silver falls – trailing      
Gomphrena       
Verbena – great for baskets      
Scaveola – great for baskets      
Sweet Alyssum      
Sweet potato vine       
Dahlias      
Bacopa – early spring      
Pelargonium      
Lantana – attracts butterflies      
Wax begonia      
Pentas      
Blanket flower      
Rudbeckia      
Cosmos      
Monkey flower – native to California      
Lisianthus – great for cut flowers      

* Deer-resistant means deer are less likely to consume. Click here to check out Rutgers’ list of Landscape Plants Rated by Deer Resistance.