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Angelonia This adaptable flower is sometimes called summer snapdragon. Its spikes of purple, white, or pink flowers appear all summer long, no matter how high the mercury rises. Name: Angelonia varieties Size: To 2 feet tall or more Growing Conditions: Full sun and moist, but well-drained soil

Bluebeard Shrub. This shrub is a treat in late summer when it bears its airy clusters of beautiful blue blooms. It's extra-easy to grow, too, laughing off all but the worst heat and drought. As an added bonus, birds and butterflies love it. Bluebeard shrub makes a great cut flower, too. Growing Conditions: Full sun and well-drained soil Size: To 4 feet tall Zones: 5-9

Prairie flowers

Beautiful Color. This makes me want to live in the midwest again. Can't do a garden like this in texas and have it last!

Zinnias...love the vibrant colors

flowers/flower meadow || fiori/prato in fiore || fleurs/prairie fleurie

Lupine, a favorite perennial. Many colors and re-blooms and self seeds. Lovely.

ranunculus. brilliantly colored flowers. frost-hardy cool-season perennial bulbs. perform best where winters are relatively mild and springs are long and cool. make terrific container plants everywhere else. make long-lasting cut flowers.

Dazzling blooms and surprising hues give sunflowers real flower power. Try one -- or more! -- of these towering, sun-loving annuals to boost the fun factor in your Midwest garden. From the July/August 2010 Issue of Midwest Living. Sunflowers will make you smile no matter what variety you plant but, hopefully, this list will inspire you!