Featured Annual Seeds & Plants Annual Flowers
One of our red zinnia varieties, shown growing in the field.
Annual Flowers
Annual flowers are often more colorful and bloom longer than perennials. They can be used to fill the gaps in perennial bloom cycles and can also make excellent cut flowers. Including annual flowers in your garden plan also gives you the opportunity to change your design yearly and follow garden trends. Choose from Johnny’s selection of annual flower seeds, including an ever-expanding line of individual colors.
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Most widely grown variety with good leaf, flower, and seed yields.
Most widely grown variety with good leaf, flower, and seed yields.
40-45 to leaf harvest; 85-105 to seed
Profuse bloomers for fresh or dried arrangements.
Profuse bloomers for fresh or dried arrangements.
75 - 85 Days
AAS (All-America Selections) Winners
Sensation Mix Cosmos
Award-winning favorite.
Award-winning favorite.
75 - 90 Days
An early bloomer with great color and habit.
An early bloomer with great color and habit.
50 - 60 Days
Wide color range and sturdy, uniform plants with strong stems.
Wide color range and sturdy, uniform plants with strong stems.
90 - 120 Days
Diverse mix with a playful range of colors and shapes.
Diverse mix with a playful range of colors and shapes.
75 - 85 Days
Unusual double blooms supported by strong stems.
Unusual double blooms supported by strong stems.
75 - 90 Days
Productive accent flower for fresh and dried arrangements.
Productive accent flower for fresh and dried arrangements.
85 - 100 Days
Bite-size for use as edible garnish.
Bite-size for use as edible garnish.
60 Days
Novel purple sunflower with sepals that cover the flower face.
Novel purple sunflower with sepals that cover the flower face.
50 - 55 Days
Medium-size blooms, excellent vase life, less prone to powdery mildew.
Medium-size blooms, excellent vase life, less prone to powdery mildew.
75 - 90 Days
The striking, edible scarlet flowers are a hummingbird favorite.
The striking, edible scarlet flowers are a hummingbird favorite.
45 - 55 Days
Tall, branching variety with long stems and rich brown flowers.
Tall, branching variety with long stems and rich brown flowers.
65 - 75 Days
High-yielding sunflower for edible gray-striped seeds and bird food.
High-yielding sunflower for edible gray-striped seeds and bird food.
68-71 to flower, 100-110 for seed
A single stem, fully-double sunflower, still a favorite in our trials.
A single stem, fully-double sunflower, still a favorite in our trials.
65 Days
AAS (All-America Selections) Winners
Queen Sophia Marigold
Dark-orange petals rimmed with gold, a favorite around the world.
Dark-orange petals rimmed with gold, a favorite around the world.
60 Days
AAS (All-America Selections) Winners
Madame Butterfly Mix Snapdragon
Unique, double petal Azalea-type cut flower with a Victorian look.
Unique, double petal Azalea-type cut flower with a Victorian look.
110 - 120 Days
An absolute must for the cutting garden.
An absolute must for the cutting garden.
75 - 90 Days
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