10 Best Flowers That Bloom All Summer

Profusion Zinnias are short and container-friendly. They grow 12 to 15 inches and bloom nonstop all summer without fading. White, orange, yellow, and red. Some are bicolor. Start with seeds or garden centre plants.

Profusion Zinnias

Most of us buy annual flowers as plants in the spring. Sunlight and water will make them bloom. Halfway through the summer, cut back petunias by one-third to one-half and watch them flourish and bloom.

Petunias

Shade-lovers can grow impatiens for season-long bloom. Breeders have created new impatiens cultivars, notably the Beacon series, that resist downy mildew.

Impatiens

SunPatiens are impatiens' shade-tolerant cousins. These annual hybrid flowers are related to impatiens. They thrive in well-drained soil and make good container plants.

unpatiens

Pentas (Pentas lancelota) attracts butterflies. This 18-inch tropical annual has pink, red, white, and lavender blooms.
Clusters of five-petaled, star-shaped blooms grow. Growing pentas from seeds or spring plants. Removing spent blooms can ensure summer blooming.

Pentas

Proven Winners Double Up Red has red blooms and golden foliage. They like well-drained soil and drought. As with other annual flowers, they love weekly fertilising in a container.

Fibrous-Rooted Begonias

Vinca (Catharanthus roseus) is another annual tropical plant. Not the blue-flowering vinca ground cover called Madagascar periwinkle. Annual vinca grows well in full sun to part shade and well-drained soil.

Vinca

Snapdragons are a spring-planted flower that blooms well into September. Eight-inch to two-foot varieties exist. Snapdragons prefer sunny, well-drained soil.

Snapdragons

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