You know the brand name Proven Winners if you favor annuals such as Supertunia and Diamond Frost euphorbia.
The breeder/grower also offers perennials including Marie Louise Jensen clematis, and shrubs including Blue Chip butterfly bush.
Those plants are commonly found at garden centers nationwide.
Now, the company sponsors a free online gardening magazine, with ideas and inspiration for all the plants it produces.
"Annuals aren't just for spring and summer," according to an article in the fall issue of Proven Beauty.
"In fact, many annuals are surefire bets for an abundance of fall flowers because they actually re-initiate blooms when the nights become cooler."
The nice thing about annuals is that they are well suited for containers, making seasonal gardening simple. Pop flowering posies into pretty decorative pots, and you have an instant garden on your porch or patio. Examples of grasses, flowers and foliage combined in containers are shown in the online magazine.
The publication, which you can download, shares tips on how to dry grasses and flowers from your garden, how to make a Chinese lantern wreath and how to use dried hydrangea blooms in your home's decor.
There are gardening tips: Divide spring-flowering perennials in fall, fall- blooming perennials in spring and summer-blooming perennials in spring or fall.
In the autumn edition, you also get a sneak peek at Proven Winners' 2012 perennials: Going Bananas daylily, Wheee! hosta, Banana Cream Shasta daisy and Maestro sedum.
And you see how past ColorChoice winners Little Lime hydrangea, Little Henry sweetspire and Lil Miss Sunshine bluebeard can give you great fall color.
Subscribe to the quarterly magazine at Provenwinners.com. You also will find "recipes" for four seasons of container plantings.