It’s almost time for spring annual color! That means that you should be pulling any fall color and prepping your beds for the new flowers. Annual flowers need good quality soil that drains well. Don’t use a soil that clumps up. Soil that clumps will hold moisture which can cause root fungus as well as not allow the roots to breathe. You also want to make sure that your soil is mounded up, like in the photo. This will allow plenty of space for the roots to grow as well as present the flowers in a better way. While you’re prepping your annual color spot, also be sure that you add a little bit of flower food to help them out once you plant them. Hope this helps and if you have any questions, let us know!