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Annuals: Zone 9 Fall/Winter Annuals

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Titusville, FL

October 27, 2011
4:00 PM

Post #8866189

I live in Central FL on the east coast. This is the first year I have a small garden dedicated to flowers. It is a full sun garden. During the spring/summer I used a wildflower seed mix and had a beautiful and plush garden all season. Some of the plants still look healthy and are producing flowers, but I need to fill in some of the bare spots. Since I have never planted a fall/winter flower garden in this zone I am not sure what annuals will give me the most bang for my buck.
Any suggestions?

Thank you

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