There’s no better way to bring life to your yard than with vibrant, captivating, and aromatic flowers. Flowers can brighten up anyone’s day, and they can make your landscape more appealing. There are so many options available, but it’s unlikely you’ll be able to plant them all in your garden. Here are the flowers we recommend for you to plant in your garden this summer.
Black-eyed susans are great because you can grow them nearly anywhere. They can either be perennial or annual depending on where you live. Usually, black-eyed susans will have a bright yellow color with a brown center. This color contrast makes it easier to notice these flowers even from a distance, so you don’t have to be up close to enjoy them.
They are fragrant flowers that attract various birds and butterflies, giving you a front row seat to watch beautiful wildlife. Black-eyed susans are even drought-resistant, which is perfect for handling the intense summer heat.
As soon as they’re planted, marigolds can grow and spread with ease. They adapt to many soil conditions, usually producing more blooms when placed in low-quality soil. If they can get full sunlight, marigolds thrive in hot climates. You’ll need to keep in mind that these flowers require regular moisturizing to keep them healthy.
Lilies come in many varieties. After they’ve grown, you can transport these perennial flowers with ease. They are resilient plants that reach heights up to 3 feet. Be wary of using these flowers if you have children or pets around the house. Many types of lilies are poisonous if they are eaten, so you’ll need to keep kids and pets away from them.
Peonies are incredibly large flowers, meaning they will use up a lot of space in your garden, so make sure you have room for them. If you have the space, though, these flowers are amazing. They have a strong and intoxicating aroma and they can live for over a century if you provide them the proper care. With that said, not much maintenance is needed to keep these flowers in good health. They often prefer that they not be disturbed. Peonies can also adapt to climates that aren’t temperate.
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