What type of annuals do you have (flowers? vegetables?) and where have they been planted?
Usually just watering and deadheading. :)
Earlene: maybe this will help
They need to be watered daily and when flowers fade, it's important to deadhead, or remove them.
Hi Earlene. Annuals are plants that are good for one season and then die off. Perennials are plants that come back year after year. Annuals require regular watering. Sun exposure depends on what kind of plant you have. Some require full sun and others require shade. Good luck Earlene. I hope all is well with you.
How to Care for Annuals in Your Garden
Look up your specific plants for more information. Otherwise, keeping them neat and watered for the season is usually all they need. Good luck and stay safe!
Annuals are many types of plants, each has individual requirements, sun or shade, partial sun, soil, nutrient needs, amount of water, and so on. Please tell us what you have growing so you can get specific answers.
Check with your local nursery.
Here's a post that might help - https://www.homedepot.com/c/ab/how-to-care-for-annuals/9ba683603be9fa5395fab90c9828975
Hi Earlene: If they are plants for the sun, keep them in the sun and water them well a couple of times a week. If shade, same thing, and same for part sun, part shade. It's important to give them fertilizer every 3 or 4 weeks too. Good luck
As others have said, water and feed regularly, and keep deheading to encourage them to keep blooming
Hello Earlene,annuals are easily cared for by fertilizing weekly, this will keep them happy and blooming.
Water, feed and watch them flourish. Dead head them to produce more flowers. When they die, pull them out and use in the compost bin. Enjoy!
Can you tell us what plant you are referring to?
After they bloom cut down to the stem and leave them if they keep blooming then pluck off dead flowers as they die