Plants and flowers classified as annuals are those which complete their life cycle within one year. Most are native to warmer, tropical regions and do not tolerate Ontario’s cold fall and winter temperatures. A few hardy annuals (like Pansies) can tolerate light frost.

Annual flowers are appreciated for their variety, colours and growing habits – many blooming continuously from the moment they’re planted until first frost.

Annuals are ideally suited for the garden border – coming into bloom after the spring perennials complete their explosion of colour, filling bare areas of the garden where colour and interest is desired and for all types of container gardening, including pots, planters and window boxes.

Cozyn’s Garden Gallery partners with Ontario’s best growers to ensure you have the best quality and best selection of annuals available. If you’re looking for what’s hot, what’s new and plants for every type of of soil, light and growing conditions, visit Cozyn’s Garden Gallery

Common Name    Category  
Botanical Name   Light Requirements  

Zinnia Magellan Mix (Zinnia elegans 'Magellan Mix')
Dwarf zinnia with large, fully double flowers throughout the summer. Ideal for borders or pots.
Height & Width: 30cm T x 25cm W
Light Requirements: Full Sun

Zinnia Profusion Mix (Zinnia 'Profusion')
Spectacular summer colour from masses of single or double flowers. Disease resistant. Heat tolerant.
Height & Width: 30cm T x 30cm W
Light Requirements: Full Sun