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What are seasonal flower which can be planted in the summer.?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    There is quite a variety of summer flowers.Delphinium,Balloon Flowers,Liatris,Hen and Chicks,Painted Daisy,Golden sundrops,Carnations,Bleeding heart,Hibiscus,Dianthus,Holly Hocks,Columbine,Japanese Iris.I wished you could have seen my flower garden this year!

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  • 4 years ago

    Tulips and daffodils are planted about the time it frosts. They will sprout in the spring, some as early as March. They will last for a few weeks, depending upon location. Tulips tend to get less vigorous each year. Daffodils tend to get better every year as the bulbs grow and multiply. Deer love tulips but won't eat daffodils. Mums often will survive the winter. Some plants are healthier than others when they go into the ground. If they come up next spring, then you are good to go for years probably. They will bloom again next fall. In the summer you can put out bedding plants like impatiens, petunias, marigolds. You can also get perennial plants next spring like purple cone flowers and day lilies which will give you summer blooms perennially.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    The list is enormous. Get a seed catalog from one of the big companies like Park's or Burpee's.

    You'll need to narrow things down a bit too. Do you want only annuals or perrenials or both? Do you want flowers for cutting, bedding or both?

    I do mostly annuals and tropicals, but we also have a section of the veggie garden for zinnias, dahlias, sunfowers, etc., for cutting. I also have a lot of potted flowers, hanging baskets.

    This year I included 20 varieties of potted palms, 7 varieties of ferns, 15 varieties of elephant ears, 4 varieties of anthuriums, and 3 varieties of banana trees. And I live in zone 6. Great year for gardening!

    p.s. Sandyspac, I'd love to see pictures of your garden!

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  • 1 decade ago

    roses

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