Cold Tolerant Annuals for Fall Color

To extend the beauty of your garden into autumn and put some color back into your landscape, consider planting some cold-tolerant annuals.  Many of these can take temperatures to 20° F.  As our seasons change, so can your garden by highlighting these beautiful tough plants in your beds, borders and containers.

Ageratum Nemesia
Argyranthemum Nicotiana
Asters Osteospermum
Bracteantha Petunia
Calendula Phlox (annual)
Calibrachoa Rudbeckia
Cyclamen Salvia, Victoria and greggii
Diascia Stock
Gazania Verbena canadensis


Frost hardy annuals –  these plants can survive conditions of 20° F. or lower.

Alyssum Pansy
Dianthus Petchoa – SuperCal (Calibrachoa)
Dusty Miller Snapdragon
Flowering Cabbage & Kale Viola

Old-man winter comes knocking before you know it, so if you live in a climate with frost and cold, these plants will keep your beds and containers lovely as long as possible.

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