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Old-fashioned annuals that you can plant now for early summer bloom

publication date: Mar 1, 2008
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We have spent the winter planting lots of overwintering annuals, many that would be described as “old-fashioned” flowers. Or, as an article in the latest Martha Stewart puts it, “Grandmother’s Garden” flowers. (Good ol’ Martha!) Although here in Texas we plant these in the fall, for most of the country now is a good time to get these annuals started. Here are a few of our favorites.



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