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Heat-Tolerant Plants

Heat-Tolerant Plants

For gardens in summer's toasty season, there's no better remedy than a plant that looks good in the heat.

summer Ideas

Showing 191 - 195 of 226 summer Ideas

Gold Band Lily

These plants are named for the golden band that runs down the center of each petal on large, white flowers.

Japanese Iris

Japanese Iris

The japanese iris has the largest bloom of any iris and thrives in wet soil.

Common Coreopsis

Common Coreopsis

This short-lived perennial attracts butterflies and other wildlife.

Swordleaf Inula

This delicate perennnial with daisy-like blooms is great as a perennial border.

Swamp Hibiscus

This shrubby perennial can be grown in masses and is great as a perennial border.

Daylily

Daylily

This popular low-maintenance flower attracts butterflies.

Firebush, Scarlet Bush

Firebush, Scarlet Bush

This evergreen shrub goes great as a perennial border or as a bird or butterfly garden.

Gayfeather, Blazing Star

Gayfeather, Blazing Star

This showy native prairie plant can be grown in containers or be used in a perennial border.

Chinese Hibiscus

The chinese hibiscus attracts birds and butterflies and prefers a moist, well-drained soil.

Coral Bells, Alumroot

Coral Bells, Alumroot

Coral bells is a low-maintenance plant that blooms from spring to summer.

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