The Annuals at Goffle Brook Farms
Early spring color makes those last winter harrahs a bit more bearable. Find out what plants can add early spring color to your garden at Goffle Brook Farms. For many gardeners, annuals are a go-to solution for many garden needs. Annual flowers are a quick way to fill empty spots in flowerbeds, and early-blooming spring annuals make great additions to container gardens.
A mix of annual plants can offer a colorful solution for window box plantings. However, for any garden, there are dozens of annuals that might work for particular sun/shade situations, soil conditions, and color/plant preferences; and we’ve got them all.
Dress up the porch or patio with some containers filled with lovely spring blossoms and “smiley face” pansys to add a nice touch to any decor. With watering and tender-loving care your annuals and containers can provide welcoming seasonal color throughout almost the entire season.
Let us show you how to beautify your garden beds with colorful combinations of textures, habits and color. Browse our annual selections and make your combinations right here and you’ll be able to “get it just right”. There’s always room to arrange plants and get a feel for your finished product at home. Besides it “fun to do” and we “don’t mind”.
Annuals are available in 4 pak / 6 pak / flats / 3 inch pots / 4 inch pots and 6 inch pots; each labeled and priced accordingly for your shopping convenience, but if you have any questions, just ask us. We love to gossip garden chat.
Cool-season annuals, such as pansy (Viola), primrose (Primula), and calendula, grow best in the cool soils and mild temperatures of spring and fall. Most withstand fairly heavy frosts. When the weather turns hot, they set seed and deteriorate. To bloom vigorously, they must develop roots and foliage during cool weather.
In mild-winter regions many cool-season annuals can be planted in fall for bloom in winter and early spring; or plant them in late winter or very early spring for spring flowers.
Warm-season annuals include marigold (Tagetes), zinnia and impatiens. These plants grow and flower best in the warm months of late spring, summer, and early fall; they’re cold tender and may perish in a late frost if planted too early in spring. In cold-winter climates, set out warm-season annuals after the danger of frost has passed. In warm-winter areas, plant them in mid spring.
The Annuals At Goffle Brook Farms – Ridgewood, N.J.
And if we don’t have it – we can find it for you