What flowers should I plant that don't need a lot of care?

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The flowers I planted this year need to be deadheaded every day for them to keep blooming nicely. What could I plant that would not need quite as much attention?

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  • Dwp7470b Dwp7470b on Jul 21, 2018

    Weeds. LOL. No, seriously mostly any wildflower mix will generate an easy to maintain flowerbed.

  • Liz Liz on Jul 21, 2018
    Hydrangea, Lillies of the Nile, Morning Glories. Hydrangea and Lilies of the Nile like some shade. Morning Glories need full or mostly sunny areas and are a vine.
  • Carol Thomas Carol Thomas on Jul 21, 2018
    I love impatiens . They spread well to fill containers, they bloom all season and no dead-heading!
  • Khalida Chaudhry Khalida Chaudhry on Jul 21, 2018

    No morning Glory it's climb on any nearby plat and chok it it a pest in flower bed only place you can plant is on the fence where there is no plant close by ( it's like spider web )HA HA HA.

  • Meera Meera on Jul 22, 2018
    Plant Moss Rose or pursulane. There are a variety of colours. They grow well in baskets, pots and direct garden beds. You can also multiply the plants by breaking pieces and sticking it in the soil directly. Lots of small cute flowers. Easy to grow.
  • Patty Patty on Jul 23, 2018

    Wave petunias don't need dead heading.

  • Pam Jones Williams Pam Jones Williams on Jul 23, 2018

    Impatients, I love them and they aren't too bad on the dead heading and the plant part is really pretty

  • Irene Irene on Jul 23, 2018
    There are many annuals that do not need to be dead headed. Check with your nursery workers. They don't like to do that either. There is something that is called Thousand bells that doesn't need dead heading. There are many perennials that don't need dead heading, BUT perennials will not bloom all season long. They all take their season. It is a little bit more tricky.