If you are looking for some inspiration on what to plant in a sunny spot in your garden here are thirty-one suggestions arranged in alphabetical order. Starting with Azaleas for spring blooms and Buddleia for early summer butterflies then on until we reach Yarrow for summer color and finally Zephyranthes to end the season. The author of this clever compilation which I found on the Backyard Boss website is Danielle McLeod.
Have a sunny, dry area that would look great loaded with flowers, but you are unsure what could survive there? ?Look no further, a huge selection of blooming perennials that are both sun loving, and heat tolerant are readily available for you to choose from to fill that space.
Living in Southeastern New Mexico, I am constantly looking for plants to bring life and color to my yard, and have found a lively selection to add to my many sunny garden beds. ?Read on to keep your garden in bloom from early spring through frost with our A-Z collection of flowers below.
#1 Azalea: Spring Blooms Kick Your Season OffHeat tolerant, cold hardy, and evergreen, not much can stop these beautiful woody plants that add year-round interest in just about any climate. Pick the color of your choice, and watch them bloom in mid-spring and again mid to late summer for many varieties!
#2 Agastache: Bring in the HummingbirdsMulti-colored, long flower spikes bloom all summer and into fall, attracting a bountiful of both hummingbirds and butterflies! Disease and pest resistant, these make a beautiful, hardy backdrop for any garden or walkway.
Go to the next page to see more of this alphabetical list of perennial plants for a sunny spot in the garden.