30 Summer Flowers That Will Be Striking In Your Garden

#11 Foxgloves

These beautiful flowers bloom in a slew of colors, ranging from pink to white. They surely spruce up a corner of your garden.

#12 Gladiolus

This popular summer flower prefers well-drained soil, a moderate amount of moisture, and an abundance of sunlight to flourish.

#13 Lily of the Nile

Lily of the Nile is also known as blue lily or African lily. It’s a full sun or partial shade flower that thrives in warmer areas, especially in pots.

#14 Wheat Celosia

You can find wheat celosia in red, pink, or purple. These flowers can grow from 2 to 4 feet tall and makes for a great cut flower arrangement, either fresh or dried.

#15 Garden Cosmos

Garden cosmos are full-sun perennials that grow up to 2 to 5 feet tall. They bloom in crimson, pink, and white. They’re easy to grow from seed and often self-sows.

#16 California Poppies

California Poppies bloom in red, pink, orange, yellow, and cream. This full-sun perennial grows from 6 to 15 inches, and doesn’t thrive in rich or wet soil.

#17 Gazania Hybrids

This bright, beautiful flower comes in shades of red, pink, bronze, orange, and yellow. It can grow 6 to 15 inches, and is ann especially smart choice for sunny, hot, and dry spots.

#18 Lantana

You can find lantana blossoms in red, pink, orange, cream, lilac, purple, white, and bi-colors. Keep in mind that this plant’s berries are toxic to pets and kids.

#19 Moss Rose

There are many varieties of moss roses for you to choose from, including red, magenta, pink, salmon, orange, yellow, and white. It’s a petite, full-sun perennial, and easy to grow from seed.

#20 Creeping Zinnia

This short perennial grows only 4 to 8 inches high. It blooms in orange or bright yellow. It can perform well in partial shade, but does not tolerate poorly drained soil.

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