Quick Growing Flowers in Florida?
So for a science project, I need to grow a flower. It needs to be quick growing and good in Florida climate. I would also like it to be pretty, and bright colored.
I found this cool flower called the Kaneohe Sunburst, does anyone know if it can grow in Florida?
If you find any flowers that meet my description, post below! Thanks sooo much!
- MaggieLv 79 years agoFavorite Answer
They would love Florida humidity~their popularity has really taken off. They're generally known as Plumeria. Check out this forum:
How about these pretty flowers? You're in "hardiness zone 8" :)
- ?Lv 49 years ago
Yes, this flower growing very well in Florida (southern Florida is better), this is a tropical plant and it like a tropical climate, the ideal is USDA zone 10 and 11, but they grows well in zone 9 too.
Other flowers you can find in www.floridata.com.Source(s): http://www.floridata.com/ref/p/plum_spp.cfm http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/go/101504/ www.floridata.com
- 9 years ago
Annual Plants and Flowers
Antirrhinum majus common snapdragon
Brassica juncea mustard greens
Brassica rapa var. rapifera turnip
Calendula officinalis calendula
Coreopsis tinctoria calliopsis
Cosmos bipinnatus cosmos
Cosmos sulphureus orange cosmos
Eruca sativa arugula
Helianthus annuus common sunflower
Hibiscus sabdariffa roselle
Lactuca sativa lettuce
Melampodium divaricatum butter daisy
Papaver somniferum opium poppy
Phaseolus vulgaris common bean
Tagetes spp. marigold
Tithonia rotundiflora Mexican sunflower
Tropaeolum majus nasturtium
- largeLv 43 years ago
No, we've not got a flower backyard. We customarily have what got here with the abode as quickly as we bought it 12 years in the past. there are a number of day lillies, yet they simply bloom interior the Spring. We even have tulips - yet another Spring flower. i admire plant existence, yet they're lots of artwork!