Summer Flowering Plants For Pots
- Dahlia - Summer Flowering Plants For Pots
- Daffodils - Summer Flowering Plants For Pots
- Coralbells -Summer Flowering Plants For Pots
- Bougainvillea - Summer Flowering Plants For Pots
- Beardstongue - Summer Flowering Plants For Pots
- Yarrow - Summer Flowering Plants For Pots
- Sunflower - Summer Flowering Plants For Pots
- Peonies - Summer Flowering Plants For Pots
- Pansy - Summer Flowering Plants For Pots
- Oxalis - Summer Flowering Plants For Pots
- Lotus-Summer Flowering Plants For Pots
- Hibiscus -Summer Flowering Plants For Pots
Flowers are beautiful creations that can effortlessly grab the attention of the people around them. With countless varieties of flowers that brings cheerfulness, happiness and a serene feeling to many people. There are many instances where you don’t have room or time to manage a garden full of flowers. Some folks may have limited room in their yard or along their fence, or maybe no yard at all. Why should living in an apartment, or condominium mean you cannot have pretty flowers to enjoy? With summer approaching and those cooler springs days turn into hotter summer days. What are the best summer flowering plants for pots?
Favorite Flowers for Pots!
- Perennial Hibiscus – It is also known as rose-mallow and swamp hibiscus belonging to the flower community of the Eastern and Southern region. These red, pink or white flowers can go up to size that can be around 2 to 8 feet high.
- Dahlia – Several varieties of dahlias that arrive in multiple colors and sizes. The flower consists of symmetrical bright colored petals that grow with different types of nutritional requirements.
- Yarrow – It is one of the best flowering plants for the summer. The plant can easily adapt to all other weather conditions with minimum care requirements.
- Beardtongue – The semi-cone and partly tube-shaped flower is originally known as Beardtongues or snapdragons and fits as a perfect summer flowering plant. They grow in masses but require considerable spacing in order to avoid crowding.
- Sunflower – With the ability to bear extreme summer temperatures, it can easily sprawl along your garden. You need to stop over watering the plant as it can weaken the support of plant from the soil.
- Daffodils – A perennial flower that usually blooms in the time of early, mid or late spring. Daffodils are available in various colors such as yellow, orange, white, red and peach with an amazing fragrance.
We love these plants as well!
- Oxalis – The flower is available in various colours and can be easily planted in the outdoor or indoor environment. Oxalis grows up to a height of 6 inches and has a short flowering season of 8-10 weeks only.
- Lotus – Lotus is a common water plant and is also the national flower of India. The flower comes in the hues of bright pink and white which will certainly add charm and elegance to your garden.
- Sea Holly – Is a deep steel blue flower which produces stunning conical flowers which are surrounded by a wreath of silvery, spiky bracts.
- Coralbells – The flower is widely known for its deep purple leaves. The tiny perennial flower blooms on stalks present above the leaves and appear in the late spring season.
- Peonies – The flower comes with its unique set of beauty and fragrance that can easily live for 100 years without much care and maintenance due to its ability to withstand cold weather also.
- Pansies – They are a perfect summer flowering plant that needs to be grown annually. Pansies are brilliant to be used as containers, borders and ground covers due to their charming appearance and look.
- Bougainvillaea – It is an ornamental vine that can cover the entire fence, pavement and other nearby areas of your home. The Bougainvillaea is a native of Brazil and blooms well in summer climate.
The list above provides many great examples of blooming flowers that can tolerate warmer temperatures of summer and provide a gorgeous arrays of bloom in your yard or dwelling. You can use just about any container for a planter. Here are a few planting container ideas you can try.
Published on May 5th, 2018
Updated on June 6th, 2018
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