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11 Flowers to Plant in Midsummer

Summer is finally upon us and quickly passing us by! But, if the days snuck up on you and your yard could use some color, it isn’t too late to start planting flowers to spice up your garden. There are roughly 11 different flowers you can get away with planting in the middle of summer.

  1. Zinnias

Zinnias are beautiful flowers to plant in the summertime. With various colors such as hot pink, red, white, orange, salmon, and yellow, your garden will become dotted with colorful blooms. In addition, these annuals are known for attracting butterflies and are great to cut and display in the home.

  1. Moss Rose

While technically this is a succulent, moss roses bloom beautiful yellow flowers in the summertime. Moss rose blooms last all summer and will only wilt at the first frost. They can stand high heat and drought, so these are great options for the forgetful gardener.

  1. Pentas

Another beautiful summer annual, the pentas plant is known for attracting wildlife such as bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds. Choose between pink, purple, and white, or add every color of pentas to your garden.

  1. Marigolds

These tough little flowers are easily recognizable to the average eye. With their bright orange petals, marigolds can easily last all summer until the first frost.

  1. Lantanas

Another famous attractor of butterflies, lantanas, are resilient flowers that are perfect for the forgetful gardener. They come in a variety of colors to make any garden pop, such as white, deep pink, purple, yellow, and orange.

  1. Black-eyed Susans

Another recognizable flower, black-eyed susans, are actually a type of wildflower. Like zinnias, these also make beautiful cuttings to display in the home. Black-eyed susans are tough and able to withstand high temperatures making them a great addition during the summer,

  1. Asters

These tiny purple flowers are perfect for adding a delicate touch to your backyard or garden. Asters last from early summer all the way into the fall and are able to withstand high temperatures.

  1. Blanket Flowers

Blanket flowers are incredibly unique and beautiful flowers. These two-toned beauties are a great addition to any summer garden and will compliment any bouquet they are added to.

  1. Verbena

Verbenas are another type of tiny purple flower, but these love to creep and crawl. This makes verbenas a great summer addition to window boxes and planters to create a cascading effect.

  1. Hibiscus

Hibiscus flowers don’t just grow in Hawaii. In fact, Hibiscus can be planted right here on the mainland! However, hibiscus is not a native plant and will require plenty of attention. Frequently water your hibiscus and give it plenty of room to grow.

  1. Purple Coneflower

Speaking of plants that need space, the purple coneflower is a great summer addition to your garden. They are known for attracting butterflies and birds and being a fast-growing plant.

This summer, any of these flowers can elevate your garden. But besides flowers, you may be looking to add a bit more to your outdoor space. Maybe something to accent your flowers or something to plant flowers around? Our recommendation for all outdoor decor is Backyard & Beyond.

Backyard & Beyond has an array of expertly crafted outdoor accents. From swings to arbors, garden gazebos, pavilions, and more, your garden will be taken to the next level with any of their structures. Backyard & Beyond is located in Lancaster, PA, but will deliver anywhere in the mainland USA.

It isn’t too late to plant summer flowers and get the garden of your dreams. So put on your gardening gloves, break out your tools, and head to the Backyard & Beyond website today to get started.

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