Ok, first of all I'm very new to this but I already know I LOVE to dig in the dirt and work with plants/flowers. So I was having family come from out of town for Easter weekend and I wanted to liven up my backyard pool area so I opted for containers. I walked thru Home Depot and Lowes picking out every flower I liked marked for full sun, bought a bunch of huge pots, bags of potting mix and went home and started planting. They looked gorgeous at first but then I realized I mixed annuals and perennials together, some needed moist soil some didn't, etc. So now that I've had some time to research and discover my mistakes I'm trying to figure out what to transplant and what is ok as is.
Should I pull them all out and put them in pots by themselves? I read annuals need water soluble fertilizer often but perennials are better with time released fertilizer. Any advice on how I can help all these annuals and perennials to last throughout the summer?
What works well together and what doesn't? Which should I pull out and put in pots by themselves?
Pot 1: mandavilla, lavender, cuban gold, Joseph's coat, blue plumbago, torenia and sallyfun blue salvia
Pot 2: calla lily, Cuban gold, Joseph's coat, celosia, Cordyline dracaena and petunia
Pot 3: vinca, New Guinea impatiens, calla lily, lavender and angelonia
Pot 4: petunia, yellow mission bells, Cordyline dracaena, heather and day lily
Pot 5: torenia, kalanchoe, day lily, vinca, Cordyline dracaena and yellow mission bells
Pot 6: petunia, blue plumbago, torenia, angelonia and New Guinea impatiens