Entry #2718, August 5, 2013
Summer brings fun and exciting projects that you can do in your garden. The presence of hot summer sunlight allows better growth for most of garden plants and foliage. This is a great opportunity to plant foliage that thrives in the heat, and creates a gorgeous display of color. You just have to know which type will best grow in the hot summer sun.
Your search for flowers that grow beautifully in summer season isn’t a problem. In fact, there are so many flower varieties that you can choose from. You’ll be overwhelmed with the beauty of these flowers as they enhance the looks of your garden. If you don’t have any idea yet, here are 3 flowers that love the hot summer:
This is a beautiful option for your garden. Its flowers bloom with violet to white. The Mealycup Sage flowers are shaped like a cup with white hairs. It is so lovely to look at and the colors are very captivating. Another great feature of this flower is that it’s pest-free. So, you don’t have to worry about being infested with insects that will affect other plants in your garden.
Image via: Henney Penney Rose Cottage
The Black-eyed Susan flower is so easy to grow especially during summer. The stem is sturdy and its color is so vibrant that you can easily notice this flower even from a distance. If you want to have them bloom more, you just have to prune them it will bloom again. The average bloom of the Black-eyed Susan is about 2 – 4 inches.
Image via: Amy Atlas
This is another flower that can be grown easily in a hot summer season. You will definitely notice some birds in your garden as they are very much attracted to the beauty of this flower. But it’s the seeds of the Threadleaf Coreopsis that the birds are attracted to. However, you can see a lot of reasons to be attracted to this flower.
Image via: Susan Mueller via Pinterest
Make your garden ready for the summer heat. Take advantage of the hot summer sun. The above-mentioned flowers are a great addition to enhance your garden.
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