Every year we hear from consumers who wonder why their flowers are slowly losing energy in mid to late summer, and a lot of it has to do with the fact that they are choosing plants that look good in spring, but do not have the heat tolerance to go all summer long. The problem is even more obvious in the southern United States, where heat and humidity combine to stop plants in their tracks in midsummer. So, for the best ‘all season’ color, make sure to have some truly heat tolerant plants in your mix that can carry through the heat as cool preference plants begin to decline in the dog days of late summer. Here’s our list of great performers for hot weather!
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