F - Fabulous Flowers
A perennial with dainty little daisy-like flowers. There are varieties that are fussier, or solid yellow too. I grow it for the flowers, but others use it medicinally (check with your doctor first, any herbs can have interactions with medications). It can be almost invasive and needs to be divided every few years.
A tiny little annual flower that grew from my seed mix and has reseeded to bloom now.
I was happy to find several forsythia shrubs in my yard when I moved in. They hadn't been cared for, so are straggly and over-grown. They still need a lot of work even after nearly 10 years.
These can be perennial, but I treat them an annual and pull them out at the end of the season. Actually, I pull them a lot out sooner than that, as they get big! So pretty though. Mine bloom twice a day, morning and evening. Bees love them, especially the big fat "nectar robber" bees that chew a hole in the thin part at the back of the flower to get to the nectar.
Scarlet flax is an annual, and mine was another from a seed mix.
Blue flax is a perennial. It may come back, but I also bought more seeds to have more. It's a very pretty color and the flowers bob on top of tall thin stems.
Not hardy in my area, I bought it at the local high school FFA plant sale.
There are perennial forget-me-not in a different family, but these are annuals. Super easy to grow, and they self-seed like crazy. That's Pinky being naughty on the left! (Really Pinky #2, they only last one season, I'm due for Pinky #3 soon. Dollar Tree)
F was Fun, G will be Great!