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  • J Anne Butler Fine Art

    High Heat Flowers For Hot Summer Areas

  • Lexie Swiftney

    Full sun flowers

  • Valeria Jones

    High heat flowers:These plants can handle:Full sun, 90° to over 100°F (32° to 38°C) days, Warm nights, All zones * All zones because these flowering plants whether they are annuals, perennials, or biennials are being treated in this article as warm-season annuals only.* All zones because while these flowers can take high heat and dry conditions, they will also do well in warm to mild summer areas as well. They are very versatile plants.

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