30 Summer Flowers That Will Be Striking In Your Garden

#21 Petunias

You can find petunias in pretty much every color under the sun. This flower grow from 6 to 24 inches tall and can bloom all season. Do not plant them in areas with high humidity or frequent rain.

#22 Mexican Sunflowers

Mexican sunflower grows well anywhere. It can reach from 30 inches to 8 feet tall. It’s more shrublike in growth and doesn’t tolerate rain or rich soil well.

#23 Common Zinnias

Looking for a beautiful summer plant that atrracts pollinators to your garden? Zinnias are the wayto go. You can grow them in borders and container gardens, and using the cut flowers for indoor décor.

#24 Coneflowers

Coneflowers are beloved of birds and butterflies. They come in riot of color with spicy coral-pink flowers that age to softer shades. Try them in containers or borders.

#25 Daylilies

Daylilies are among perfect perennials. They grow in all types of soil, with very little care required.

#26 Astilbe

Itching to pink? This showy perennial is your perfect choice. It can grow up to 2 feet tall. As Astilbe a shade lover,you may grow it with hostas or ferns.

#27 Marigolds

Marigold is known for its vibrant yellow or orange beauties. It can also bloom with maroon or even cream flowers.

#28 Blanket Flowers

You can find Blanket Flowers in yellow, orange, red, and sometimes burgundy. They love bright rays, so don’t hide them in the shade.

#29 Hydrangeas

Hydrangeas produce striking ruby-black stems and big mophead flowers from late spring to early autumn, making it the star of your garden.

#30 Catmint

Catmint is an ornamental version that shows off lavender-colored flowers with silvery-green foliage.

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