Bidens 'Blazing Glory'- Many plants have a hard time standing up to the hottest weather of summer, which can leave your garden looking droopy and fried. There are several measures you can take to protect your plants from heat stress, but one foolproof method to beating the heat in the garden is to grow plants that actually love hot summer sun. There’s a whole host of them! Grow these heat-tolerant flowering plants for a garden that stays lively and bright all summer long.
It can be tough to find true full sun plants. So after a few seasons of experimentation, I want to share with you several more plants that do well in the extremely hot and humid climate of Southern Alabama.
Learn which sun-loving perennials and flowers work best for your garden! These low maintenance flowers are perfect for front yards and pots and will grow even for beginners. #fullsunplants #sunnygarden #perennials
The Southern sun is no match for these bright beauties. They look good in the summer, spring, or fall, as long as the sun is shining. Plant them as a part of a container, or put them in a beautiful flowerbed. #gardening #containergardenplans #containergardening #fullsunplants #southerngarden #southernliving
Check out this list of full sun perennials that'll make your yard and garden pop! These low-maintenance perennials can handle the sun and heat plus they produce beautiful flower blooms and foliage that come back year after year!
When you are planting flowers in your garden, you need to consider how much sunlight they will get during the summer months. This is especially important if they aren’t potted flowers that can be moved around. It also might be a good idea to go for full sun plants if you live in a dry area of the world that is prone to drought.