Between household chores, taking care of the kids, and your busy day-to-day life, your garden can easily dry out in the summer heat and become overrun with pesky weeds. While you might think that keeping up with your garden and planting heat-enduring flowers is tricky, choosing the right flowers for your garden can save you a ton of work.
Below are some of the easiest and best flowers to plant in your garden if you don’t have a ton of time on your hands. Whether you love bright peonies or black-eyed susans, look no further. With vibrant flowers, transform your backyard into your dream garden.
Choosing the right flowers for your garden will add to the aesthetics of your entire yard and home. Understanding the environment where you will be planting your flowers will allow you to pick flowers that are best suited for your area. With the strong summertime sunshine, in mind, here are some beautiful full sun perennials that will amp up your garden’s look and its ecosystem for all of your guests to enjoy without much lawn care.
This timeless flower comes in a variety of colors including purple, pink, pale green, and most common, a bright blue shade. They are a great pop of color for any garden that could use some sprucing up with vibrant shades.
Who doesn’t want flowers that bloom forever? Well, maybe those flowers don’t exist because of seasonal changes, but these flowers come pretty darn close. Blooming for up to six months out of the year, coneflowers are a great option for gardens that do not require much maintenance.
Million bells are similar to the classic petunia, except that they are much smaller. Their fine details express their beauty regardless of their side. They are usually grown in pots and require regular watering. Taking care of these flowers will make your garden more eco-friendly and sustainable as they attract a ton of helpful insects.
If you are looking to improve your garden, see this infographic to learn more about what flowers will work best for your garden and you.
Infographic from to Angi.com