Well it’s winter time as you know and you want to grow a garden.
Gardeners in the South and Southern California can choose from a range of plants — annuals and perennials — that prefer and grow in cooler temperatures and offer beautiful winter flowers.
Annuals are exactly what the name suggests. Plants that grow, set seed, and die within a year. Some plants grown in northern gardens are treated as annuals. Although, many are truly tender perennials that can’t survive winter cold.
Here is a list of annuals to con consider:
Pansies and Violets
These annuals add color to a winter landscape.
Complement your winter flowers with attractive evergreens.