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About Summer Plants

Summer plants are not just adapted for summers, but some can also be planted in spring or fall. Most of them bloom year-round. Planting them adds a little colour to your once barren summer.

Bougainvillea, marigold, roses, and zinnia are the popular varieties of summer plants. Along with them, there are ixora, euphorbia, 9o’clock plant, pentas, lily, geranium, dalia, gerbera in the list. A few others that fill the list are gulmohar, coconut tree, mango tree, etc.

You only get summer for a few months out of the year, so make the most of it by transforming your house and garden into a full-fledged summer flower mecca while it lasts.

Some of these plants like petunias and geraniums are frost-tender perennials, but they are also treated as annuals. So, they need frost protection at the time of winter. Most of the summer plants grow from their seeds, but they can produce their seedlings once they mature.


Studies suggest that some of the plants that are grown in summer like marigold, bougainvillea, rose, etc., help check environmental pollution. They are modified to absorb these harmful chemicals and undergo a biochemical reaction to detox the body safely.

Summers aren’t a pleasant and exciting time for everyone, especially with all the sweating and heat. The only thing that can help you escape from it is your garden. Your garden with green summer plants and bright flowers is the perfect therapy you need.

NurseryLive brings you a wide assortment of summer plants used as ornamental plants or to beautify the cottage gardens. Smaller plants come with a Round Plastic Black Pot about 13 cm (5 in) in size. With proper sunlight, water, soil, temperature, and fertilizer, you can plant these growers in hanging baskets too.

While a few need a proper set of instructions, the rest can be grown with low care and maintenance.

Summer annuals

Annuals are a great choice for adding pops of color to your garden during the summer months. Some great options for summer annuals include petunias, marigolds, and zinnias.

Summer perennials

Perennials are plants that come back year after year, making them a great investment for your garden. Some great options for summer perennials include daylilies, coneflowers, and black-eyed Susans.

Summer bulbs

Bulbs can add interest and texture to your garden during the summer months. Some great options for summer bulbs include gladiolus, dahlias, and lilies.

Summer herbs

Herbs can be a great addition to your summer garden, whether you're using them for cooking or enjoying their fragrant blooms. Some great options for summer herbs include basil, thyme, and lavender.

Summer vegetables

Summer is a great time to grow your own vegetables, whether you have a full garden or just a few containers. Some great options for summer vegetables include tomatoes, cucumbers, and peppers.

Summer container plants

If you don't have a lot of space for a full garden, consider growing plants in containers during the summer months. Some great options for summer container plants include petunias, geraniums, and begonias.

Summer ground cover plants

Ground cover plants can help protect your soil and prevent erosion during the summer months. Some great options for summer ground cover plants include creeping thyme, sedum, and creeping phlox.

Summer shade plants

If your garden doesn't get a lot of direct sunlight during the summer months, don't worry! There are plenty of shade plants that can thrive in this environment, such as hostas, ferns, and impatiens.