Geraniums are classic container flowers known for their vibrant blooms and long flowering period.
They bloom profusely throughout the summer and are excellent for hanging baskets or containers.
They are known for their ability to repel pests, making them a popular choice for container gardening.
Begonias are shade-loving plants with beautiful, delicate flowers in shades of pink, red, orange, and white.
Calibrachoas are trailing annuals that produce small, bell-shaped flowers in a wide range of colors.
Lantanas are heat-tolerant perennials with clusters of small, brightly colored flowers.
Verbena is a hardy perennial that produces clusters of small, fragrant flowers in shades of purple, pink, red, and white.
Dianthus are compact perennials with fragrant, fringed flowers in shades of pink, red, and white.
Nemesias are annual flowers with colorful, trumpet-shaped blooms that resemble snapdragons.
Salvias are drought-tolerant perennials with spikes of tubular flowers in shades of blue, purple, red, and white.