We hear it’s going to be one hot summer, people. Prepare your garden for the temperature to come by choosing flowers that are super tolerant of extreme heat, harsh sunlight and dry soil.
If you’re searching for the best flowers for full sun then see our list of heat tolerant flowers.You can also grow them in containers. Check out!
One of the most regal flowering vines, mandevilla produces large trumpet-shape blooms in shades of red, white, and pink. It’s a fast-growing climber that blooms profusely.These beauties will survive and thrive in the heat.
We enjoy the beautiful, sky-blue flowers of plumbago – and butterflies do, too. This shrubby vine is a quick grower and flowers prolifically all summer long.
This wheat celosia can grow from 2 to 4 feet and in red, pink, or purple. This annual makes for a great cut flower arrangement either fresh or dried and cannot tolerate cold soil and water.
You can not exclude geraniums from the list of heat tolerant flowers. They love the sun. Geraniums bloom a lot. Grow these old traditional flowers in containers, borders, and beds.
Although it’s a fast-spreading menace when grown in the ground, bamboo is a dramatic specimen plant when grown in a large container (where it can’t escape). It makes a perfect, fast-growing screen.
The agave plant is one of nature’s most versatile creations.
Though it’s not grown for blooms, agave is a stunning plant that lends an architectural flair to any container. Note, though, that most varieties have extremely sharp leaf tips. Cut them off or cover them to make them more friendly.
Want to add pops of color to your garden this summer? You can’t go wrong with these beauties since they thrive in the sunniest locations. They are extremely easy to grow and will attract butterflies.
Portulaca also Rose moss is a petite perennial—growing from 4 to 8 inches—and in colors including red, magenta, pink, salmon, orange, yellow, and white. It’s easy to grow from seed, but does not tolerate high humidity well.