Planting Annuals - Impatiens (with video)

ProPlugger Co - Friday, December 14, 2012

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Planting Annuals - Begonias (with video)

ProPlugger Co - Tuesday, November 20, 2012

begoniasEasy to grow, petite and beautiful, these are adjectives that describe begonias. Wax begonias (not to be confused with tuberous begonias, which are normally grown in flower pots and planters) are a perennial flower that can be started from plugs in the spring or planted in the fall for winter flowering in areas of the country that don’t experience prolonged freezing temperatures (they can handle a light frost). In the northern regions of the country they’re planted as annuals, although they can be brought inside in the fall and overwintered as a houseplant. Read More

Planting Annuals - Pansies (with video)

ProPlugger Co - Monday, November 12, 2012

Annuals - pansiesIf you're looking for something to plant in the fall to brighten up your winter garden, consider planting pansy flowers. This is a flower that can take a light frost and keep right on blooming. Read More