Our Plants


About the Annuals We Grow....


We define 'annuals' as those flowering and foliage plants which will not survive the winter outdoors in our northern climate. This very general, but simple term captures all those annuals, biennials, herbs, vegetables, and tender perennials which die in winter outdoors and differentiated from those plants we consider to be truly hardy perennials and shrubs.

On this page, our 'Annuals' include bedding plants, potted specialty plants, accent foliage plants, hanging baskets, and mixed container plants. We've also included annual grasses and vines in separate lists to help you design your own container pots. Remember Ben's 'recipe' for great containers: thrillers (tall plants in center), spillers (vines around the outside), and fillers (to fill in the pot).

We offer our annual selection in a variety of pot sizes, and prices, from packs and pots for planting into a garden or planters, 6 and 8" pots for quick color and fill-out, and planters, combination and hanging pots all ready to enjoy. Specifically, we grow 'seeded' annuals in 4-packs, 6-packs and individual 3" pots. Our Specialty Annuals (those grown vegetatively: from cuttings) are generally available in 3, 4 1/2", 5" or 6 inch pots. Vegetables are generally grown in 4 or six packs. Vegetatively produced herbs are grown in 4" pots; seeded herbs in packs or pots


As the snow disappears: usually mid-April or so, hardy annuals become available such as pansies, petunias, violas and dianthus. By Mother's Day the greenhouse is full of colorful flowering annuals and potted plants. Our latest frosts here are generally near the end of May, after which tender vegetables and garden plants may be safely set out.

Bedding plants, specialty annuals, hanging baskets and combination pots are available for gardeners throughout May and June. In July and August, large colorful planters and hanging baskets and mixed combination pots are available. These showy specimens can brighten up porches, decks, and patios as the season progresses. See our listing of Annuals below for the varieties we growing this year at Wayside Farm. Be sure to also check out our perennials: many are in their prime in mid-summer!


Annuals, Annual Grasses and Vines, Speciman & Foliage Plants, and Annual Tender Succulents
Please click on an underlined selection for the complete listings. Our new varieties for 2019 are listed in red.

Please be aware that these lists comprise plants that we order from sources around the world in seed or unrooted cuttings; sometimes items from our orders are unavailable. We make every effort to keep the lists up to date, but occasionally a plant is listed that never arrived. Email us at to verify availability for a specific plant.


2019 Annual Plant List

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Agastache  "Kudos Coral"
Agastache  "Kudos Mandarin"
Agastache  "Kudos Yellow"
Ageratum  "Aloha Blue"
Ageratum  "Blue Horizon"
Allysum  "Snow Crystals"
Angelonia  "Angelmist spreading white"
Angelonia  "Archangel Dark Purple"
Angelonia  "Archangel Raspberry"
Angelonia  "Archangel White"
Argyranthemum  "Butterfly"
Argyranthemum  "Grandaisy Pink Halo"
Argyranthemum  "Grandaisy White"
Argyranthemum  "Grandaisy Yellow"
Argyranthemum  "Honeybee WhiteButterfly"


Bacopa  "MegaCopa White"
Begonia  "Dragon Wings Pink"
Begonia  "Dragon Wings Red"
Begonia  "I'Conia Portofino Champagne"
Begonia  "I'Conia Portofino Hot Orange"
           begonia porofino hot orange  Begonia "I'Conia Portofino Hot Orange"
Begonia  "I'Conia Portofino Miss Malibu"
Begonia  "I'Conia Portofino Yellow"
Begonia bol. "Waterfall Angel Soft Pink"
Begonia boliv. "Marshmallow"
Begonia boliv. "Million Kiss. Honeymoon"
Begonia boliv. "Million Kisses Elegance"
Begonia boliv. "Minstral Dark Red"
Begonia boliv. "Minstral Orange"
Begonia boliv. "Minstral Pink"
Bidens  "Banana Cream"
Bidens  "Bee Super Sun"


Calibrachoa  "Aloha Midnight Purple"
Calibrachoa  "Aloha Tiki Neon"
Calibrachoa  "Caberet Bright Red"
Calibrachoa  "Caberet Lemon Yellow"
Calibrachoa  "Caberet Midnight Blue"
Calibrachoa  "Caberet Purple Heart"
Calibrachoa  "Caberet White"
Calibrachoa  "Can Can Hot Pink Star"
Calibrachoa  "Can Can Orange"
Calibrachoa  "Hula Blue"
Calibrachoa  "Hula Pastel Pink"
Calibrachoa  "Hula Soft Pink"
Calibrachoa  "Lindura Cosmos Hot Pink"
Calibrachoa-Lindura-Cosmos-Hot-PinkCalibrachoa Lindura Cosmos Hot Pink

Calibrachoa  "Million Bells Popcorn"
Cascade Geranium  "Sophie"
Celosia plumosa  "First Flame mix"
Celosia plumosa  "New Look"
Cineraria   "Senetti Magenta Bicolor"  
                           senettimagentabicolor  Cineraria "Senetti Magenta Bicolor" (one of Wendy's favorites)

Cineraria   "Senetti Super Blue"
Cineraria  "Senetti Baby Bicolor"
Cineraria  "Senetti Baby True Blue"
Cleome  "Cherry Queen"
Cleome  "Cleo Pink Lady"
Cleome  "Queen Violet"
Cleome  "Queen White"
Cosmos  "Lemonade"
Cosmos  "Sensation Mix"
Cuphea hyss. "Floriglory Diana"
Cuphea hyss. "Floriglory Selena"
Cyclamen  "Halios HD mix"
Cyclamen  "Metis Summer mix"

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Dahlia  "Figaro mix"
Dahlia  "Hypnotica Lavender"
Dahlia  "Hypnotica Red"
Dahlia  "Hypnotica White"
Dahlia  "Hypnotica Yellow"
Diascia  "Julliet White"
Digiplexis  "illumination Flame"
         digiplexis illumination flame 
                    Digiplexis "Illumination Flame": Cross of digitalis (foxglove) and Isoplexis (foxglove cousin);
                    summer to fall; 36"; full sun to part shade
Digiplexis  "Illumination Raspberry"
Dusty Miller  "New Look"

Euphorbia  "Dawali Shower"
Euphorbia  "Gloria"

Fuschia  "Bonstead Gartenmeister"
Fuschia  "Dark Eyes"
Fuschia  "Swingtime"

Gazania  "Kiss Frosty White Stripe"
    Gazania "Kiss Frosty White Stripe" Gazania Kiss Frosty White Stripe
                                                           Beautiful large rose-striped white flowers; easy to grow;
                                                           highly drought tolerant; closes in shade & at night
Gazania  "Kiss Mix"
Geranium  "Americana Bright Red"
Geranium  "Americana Dark Salmon"
Geranium  "Americana Hot Pink"
Geranium  "Americana White"
Geranium  "Nano Appleblossom"
Geranium  "Nano Scarlet"
Geranium  "Nano White"
Geranium  "Rocky Mountain Light Pink"
Geranium  "Rocky Mountain Pink"
Geranium  "Rocky Mountain Red"
Geranium  "Rocky Mountain Salmon"
Geranium  "Rocky Mountain White"
Geranium  "Tango Neon Purple"
Geranium  "Tango Orange"
Geranium  "Tango Rose Splash"
Gerbera  "Patio Volcanoes"

Heliotrope "Marine Blue"
Hypoestes "Splash White"

Impatiens  "Dazzler Merlot mix"
Impatiens  "Dazzler Pink"
Impatiens  "Dazzler Salmon"
Impatiens  "Dazzler Scarlet"
Impatiens  "Dazzler White"
Impatiens  "Fusion Glow Yellow"
Ivy Geranium  "Contessa Burgundy"

Lantana  "Evita Lemon"
Lantana  "Evita Pink"
Lantana  "Evita Red"
Lantana  "Evita White"
Lobelia  "Hot Snow White"
Lobelia  "Hot Water Blue"
Lobelia  "Riviera Springtime Blues mix"

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Marigold  "Bonanza Mix"
Marigold  "Bonanza Orange"
Marigold  "Bonanza Yellow"
Marigold  "Inca Primrose"
Marigold  "Vanilla"
Marigold  "Zenith Lemon Yellow"
Morning Glory  "Heavenly Blue"

Nasturtium  "Alaska mix"
New Guinea Impatiens  "Coiba"
New Guinea Impatiens  "Grenada"
New Guinea Impatiens  "Juanita"
New Guinea Impatiens  "Manado"
New Guinea Impatiens  "Moorea"
New Guinea Impatiens  "Moyo dark"
New Guinea Impatiens  "Nosara"
New Guinea Impatiens  "Papete Red"
New Guinea Impatiens  "Samoa"
New Guinea Impatiens  "Timor"
New Guinea Impatiens  "Totoya"
New Guinea Impatiens  "Wild Roman Blush"
New Guinea Impatiens  "Wild Roman White"
Nicotiana  "Perfume mix"

Osteospermum  "Astra Purple Spoon"
Osteospermum  "Serenity Bronze"
Osteospermum  "Serenity Dark Purple"
Osteospermum  "Serenity Lemonade"
Oxalis vulc. "Burgundy"

Pansy  "Majestic Giants II Blotch Mix"
Pentas  "Butterfly Deep Pink"
Pentas  "Butterfly Red"
Petunia floribunda "Madness Midnight"
Petunia floribunda "Summer Madness"
Petunia floribunda "Total Madness"
Petunia floribunda "White Madness"
Portulaca  "Happy Hour Coconut"
Portulaca  "Happy Hour Orange"
Portulaca  "Happy Hour Peppermint"

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Reiger Begonia  "Adonia Pink"
Reiger Begonia  "Baladin"     (Red)
Reiger Begonia  "Batik"  (Double orange)
Reiger Begonia  "Betula Red"
Reiger Begonia  "Blitz"  (Yellow)
Reiger Begonia  "Clara"  (White)
Reiger Begonia  "Dark Netja"  (Dp. pink)
Reiger Begonia  "Netja White"
Reiger Begonia  "Oh So Orange"
Reiger Begonia  "Rebecca"    (Yellow)
Rudbeckia hirta  "Indian Summer"
Rudbeckia hirta  "Prairie Sun"
Rudbeckia hirta  "Toto Lemon"

Salvia farinacea  "Sallyfun Blue"
Salvia farinacea  "Sallyfun Deep Ocean"
                     "Sallyfun Deep Ocean"   Salvia_Sallyfun-Deep-Ocean
Salvia farinacea  "Sallyfun Snow White"
Salvia farinacea "Victoria Blue"
Salvia gregii  "Mirage Burgundy"
Salvia gregii  "Mirage Deep Purple"
Sanvitalia  "Solaris Yellow"
Scaevola  "Scalora Brilliant"
Scaevola  "Top Pot White"
Snapdragon  "Liberty Crimson"
Snapdragon  "Liberty Rose-pink"
Snapdragon  "Liberty White"
Snapdragon  "Liberty Yellow"
Snapdragon  "Rocket mix"
Snapdragon  "Snapshot Mix"
Statice  "QIS mix"
Stock  "Vintage mix"
Streptocarpella  "Concord"

Tibouchina urvilleana
Torenia  "Purple Moon"
Trailing Petunia  "Black Magic"
Trailing Petunia  "Surf.Sumo Glacial Pk"
Trailing Petunia  "Surfina Baby Com.Pur"
Trailing Petunia  "Surfina Blue Eclipse"
Trailing Petunia  "Surfina Deep Red"
Trailing Petunia  "Surfina Giant Blue"
Trailing Petunia  "Surfina Heartbeat"
Trailing Petunia  "Surfina Heaven Blue"
Trailing Petunia  "Surfina Magenta"
Trailing Petunia  "Surfina Purple Majest
Trailing Petunia  "Surfina white"
Trailing Petunia  "Surfina Yellow"
Trailing Petunia  "Surfinia Sumo Pink"
Tuberous Begonia  "Nonstop Orange
Tuberous Begonia  "Nonstop Pink"
Tuberous Begonia  "Nonstop Red"
Tuberous Begonia  "Nonstop White"
Tuberous Begonia  "Nonstop Yellow"

Verbena bonariensis "Buenos Aires"
Verbena bonariensis "Lollipop"
Vinca (catharanthus) "Jams Blackberry"
            Vinca "Jams Blackberry"   Vinca Jams Blackberry - Copy
                                                velvety purple blooms are so dark they look black in some settings;
                                                very vigorous; heat & drought tolerant; 10"-14" high; 10"-12" wide;
                                                sun or part shade; great accent plant or in pots or as a border    

Vinca (catharanthus) "Titan mix"
Vinca (catharanthus) "Titan Pure White"
Viola  "Sorbet Blue Blotch"
Viola  "Sorbet Lemon Chiffon"

                                                                     We grow great zinnias!
Zinnia is a genus of plants of the sunflower tribe within the daisy family. Zinnias are one of the easiest plants to grow, as they grow quickly and bloom heavily. Zinnia flowers make a massive burst of color in your garden, and they attract butterflies. They make great cutting flowers with bright, solitary, daisy-like flowerheads on a single, erect stem. Deadhead to prolong blooming.
Zinnia  "Benary's Giant Deep Red"
Zinnia  "Benary's Giant mix"
Zinnia  "Cut and Come Again mix"
Zinnia  "Magellan mix"
Zinnia  "Profusion Red"
Zinnia  "Profusion White"
Zinnia  "Zahara Fire"
           Zinnia Zahara Fire  Zinnia "Zahara Fire"
Zinnia  "Zahara mix"
Zinnia  "Zahara Raspberry  Lemonade mix"
Zinnia  "Zahara XL Pink"
Zinnia  "Zahara Yellow"

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2019 Annual Grasses and Vines

Cyperus papyrus  "Little Prince"
Dracaena  "Spikes"
Pennisetum   rubrum

German Ivy  (senecio)
Helichrysum  "Limelight"
Helichrysum  "Minus"
Helichrysum  "Silver"
Lothospermum  "Compact Rose"
Lothospermum  "Compact White"
Mandevilla  "Bella Grande Pink"
Mandevilla  "Bella Grande Red"
Mandevilla  "Dundee Red"
   Mandevilla Dundee Red 
                  Mandevilla "Dundee Red"    very strong plant with vivid red non-fading flowers   
Mandevilla "Madinia Pink"
Muehlenbeckia  (Creeping Wirevine)
Passiflora  "Bahama Blue"
Thunbergia  "Big White"
Thunbergia  "Lemon"
              Unusual color for Thunbergia        Thunbergia Sunny Suzy Pink Beauty
Thunbergia  "Sunny Suzy Pink Beauty"
Thunbergia  "Sunny Suzy Red-Orange"

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2019 Annual Specimen & Foliage Plant List

 Begonia maculata
Coleus "Indian Summer"
Coleus "Inferno"
Coleus "Main Street Abbey Road"
Coleus "Main Street Alligator Alley"
                                             Coleus Main Street Alligator Alley

                                                     Coleus “Main Street Alligator Alley”
                                                     Great for pot or landscaping border;
                                                    Strong contrasting color; 12”-16”high
Coleus "Main Street Chartres Street"
Coleus "Main Street La Rambla"
Coleus "Main Street Oxford Street"
Coleus "Main Street River Walk"
Coleus "Main Street Ruby Road"
Coleus "Main Street Sunset Boulevard"
Coleus "Main Street Wall Street"
Coleus "Ruby Slipper"
Coleus "Stained Glass Royalty"
Coleus "Wasabi"
Colocasia "Black Magic" (elephant ears)
Plectranthus coleoides variegata
Rex Begonia "Escargot"
Rex Begonia "Fedor"
Rex Begonia "Jurasssic Watermelon"
Rex Begonia "Paso Doble"
Rex Begonia "Salsa"
Setcreasea  "Purple Heart"
Vinca  "Maculata"
Vinca vine (Vinca major)

2019 Annual Tender Succulent List

Crassula ovata  "Hobbit"
Delosperma  "Fire Spinner"
Delosperma  "Gold Nugget"

Delosperma Gold Nugget 
                                  Delosperma "Gold Nugget": very cold hardy ice plant; large shiny yellow flowers
                                  on top of bright green succulent foliage; likes afternoon shade and moist soil

Delosperma  "Moonstone"
Graptosedum  'bronze'
                  Graptosedum "bronze": small succulent 6"tall with bronze colored foliage;
                  lots of sun; porous soil with good drainage
Lampranthus aur. "Orange"   (iceplant)
Orostachys I. 'Chinese Dunse Cap'
Sedum  "Lemon Ball"
Sedum  "Limelight"
                    Sedum Lemon Ball                                                Sedum Limelight
                              Sedum "Lemon Ball"                                                                      Sedum "Limelight"
                    super yellow groundcover 4"-6" tall;                                              low growing 4" tall; stunning bright lime-green
                    deer resistant; sun & well-drained soil                                           leaves; drought tolerant; sun or shade;
Sedum cauticola "Cola"
Sedum floriforum

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