Ageratums, or floss flowers, paint your garden with puffball-like blooms in shades of blue or lavender. Thriving in full sun with moderate moisture, these self-seeders add stunning visual appeal to flower beds and containers.
Also known as cornflowers, Bachelor Buttons stand tall with frilly, colorful blooms in blue, pink, purple, and white. With easy care and a preference for full sun, these hardy annuals bring a touch of nostalgia to any garden.
Cold-hardy Chrysanthemums burst into a riot of color in the fall, thriving in full sun with well-draining soil. Perfect for zones 4-9, these low-maintenance beauties add a mass of cheerful daisy-shaped blooms to your autumn landscape.
Cosmos, with their vibrant colors of pink, white, yellow, and red, are a lively addition to any garden. Low-maintenance and butterfly-attracting shine in full sun but can also handle partial shade and light frosts.
Salvias, resembling lavender, produce vibrant red, pink, white, purple, blue, or yellow blooms. Ideal for partial sun, drought-tolerant, and with bushy growth, they add texture and color to flower beds and borders.