7 Best Summer Flowers to Grow In Your Garden

Flowers bring color to our world and wash away all the sorrows of life. A glance of their enchanting beauty offers solace to our soul and their lingering fragrance keeps the freshness alive. The hot and tiring days of summer can affect your productivity and have a toll on your mood. When the sun refuses to show mercy, keep things light and cool by growing bright and cheerful summer flowers in your garden.

Here are the famous summer flowers that start to bloom as soon as the weather gets hot.

Coreopsis

These bright yellow color blooms invoke the feeling of happiness swaying in your garden in the summer breeze. Known to add color and beauty to the backdrop, coreopsis attracts bees and butterflies and are tolerant to different types of soil and dry weather. They are long-lasting flower used for the preparation of flower bouquets on various occasions.

Daffodils

Available in a variety of attractive colors and forms, daffodils are basically the spring flowers that bloom in the summer season as well. Some of the varieties of these flowers have a mild fragrance too. Considered as the symbol of 10th wedding anniversary, once you grow these flowers in your garden, they give you beautiful flowers every year.

Gloriosa Daisy

Commonly called Black-eyed Susan, these gorgeous flowers are a must-have in your garden to brighten it up. Featuring bright orange petals, Gloriosa Daisy attracts beautiful insects and hummingbirds towards it. Well-drained soil and full sunlight are the keys for the proper growth of these flowers.

Hibiscus

The hibiscus is a true summer-flowering plant available in different color ranges of red, pink, yellow, orange, peach, and purple. These are the lush and large blooms that grow either in single or double petal form. Once grown fully, they can get quite big and accommodate a lot of space, so make sure to grow them in a spacious area. They strive well in direct sunlight and can grow in all seasons getting stronger with time.

Lavender

Apart from adding a dash of color to your garden in the hot summer days, these lovely purple flowers emit a calm and soothing scent that help reduces anxiety and lowers down the blood pressure. This flowering herb     has several benefits and used in the preparation of essential oils and home sprays. Plant these flowers in full sun and well-drained soil for their proper growth.

 

Lilies

Seeing lilies survive in extreme weather conditions show that they are capable to take care of themselves. When the summer gets rough their leaves dry out leaving no effect on the bulb of the flower. Famous for their beauty, lilies are cultivated throughout the world and are an inevitable part of weddings in many cultures. It is also considered as the symbol of good luck in Japan. Lighten up your garden and add grace to it with these beautiful flowers.

Roses

Rose doesn’t need an introduction as it is already famous among people as the epitome of love, beauty, and elegance. Without them, there is no garden entirely complete as they add cheer to them and are the perfect flowers for summer. A little love and care can help these blooms grow all season long. Available in different shades of red, pink, yellow, orange, and white, the roses are used to convey different feelings of love, passion, and romance.

Enhance the charm of your garden with these lovely flowers and enjoy their beauty while sipping the evening tea with your partner!!

 

Author Bio- An avid food and sugar lover, high on thoughts, Apeksha indulges all her senses in search of the writing inspiration. She is a huge fan of Hollywood romantic and comedy movies and loves writing for flower websites. The challenges of life and work keeps infusing new energies in her to seek perfection. Loves listening to music, and her solitude seeking soul finds inner balance in the lap of mountains. Like an ocean, she seems quiet on the surface, but there is a treasure of life hidden inside her.

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