Multicolored Annuals for Sale Online

Multicolored Annuals add the perfect pop of color to any garden or landscape! These Petunias, Lantanas, and Dark Eye Fuschia plants all have multi-dimensional colors to their beautiful blossoms. Are you looking for a tie-dyed mixture of red, orange, and yellow with a Bandana Cherry Sunrise Lantana? Or are you interested in a variation of magenta and white with our many Petunia options? Here at Garden Goods Direct, we have just the right multicolored annuals ready to be the star of the show in your garden!

Types of Plants of Multicolored Annuals

Petunia

  • Headliner Night Sky Petunia
  • Cascadias Rim Violet Petunia
  • Headliner Raspberry Swirl Petunia
  • Cascadias Rim Chianti Petunia
  • 'Easy Wave Rose Dawn' Petunia
  • Cascadias Rim Magenta Petunia
  • Cascadias Bi-Color Cabernet Petunia 

Lantana

  • Bandana Cherry Sunrise Lantana

Miscellaneous 

  • Dark Eyes Fuschia 

General Care Tips for Petunias

Petunias are extremely easy-to-care-for plants and are a staple annual option. These annuals are heat-tolerant and don't require a strict watering schedule. A thorough watering once a week will keep your plant happy and healthy. Plant your Petunia in well-draining soil and allow the soil to dry out every few days. Give your plant at least 6 hours of direct sunlight each day and fertilize them once a month during their growing period. A well-balanced fertilizer will support their rapid growth and heavy blooming habits. 

General Care Tips for Lantanas

Lantana plants love to be kept in moist, well-draining soil conditions. They are slightly drought-resistant, but only once they are well established. To know if your plant needs water, stick your finger one inch deep in the soil; if it feels dry, it is time to water. Plant your lantanas in full sunlight, at least 6 to 8 hours a day. Fertilize these annuals once every 3 to 4 weeks using a dry fertilizer formula.

General Care Tips for Dark Eyes Fuschia 

Dark Eyes Fuschia plants love the shade and bloom best when in a shaded area such as a porch or patio. 4 to 6 hours of filtered sun a day is all this plant needs. They prefer rich, well-draining soil and are not picky to pH levels. Water your plant once a week and fertilize once a week during its Summer growing period.