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New Guinea Impatiens are blooming annuals that are easy to grow producing large flowers in bold summer colors. These plants originating from New Guinea require good, well-drained soil, adequate moisture, and afternoon shade. McDonald Garden Center

Euphorbia hypericifolia ëInneuphe ["Diamond Frost"] : Plants require sharply drained soil that is allowed to dry between waterings. This annual is an abundant bloomer for border fronts, hanging baskets or containers [...] produces a profuse, non-stop bloom of tiny white flowers from spring to frost. Plants typically grow to 12-18" tall on generally upright stems clad with gray-green leaves. Tiny white flowers reminiscent of gypsophila (babys breath) bloom freely.