Five best summer plants

Are you troubled by the summer heat? Are you really seeking for some lush green plants that can thrive in summer? This is a very common problem and question for plant parents. To make your gardening space colourful and lush in summers, let’s take a dive down the 5 best plants which can thrive in summer.



These bright flowers are a perfect choice to add colour to any garden space. This is a common flower that is used for various purposes, including religious and medicinal. This plant is also known for pest control so planting this green baby near other plants makes them pest free.



These romantic flowers will add cheer to any gardening space in summer. Though the flower is a bit fussy, you’ll be thrilled with the result when it begins to bloom. Since roses love direct sunlight of at least 8 hours a day hence it makes it the perfect choice for summer gardening. Roses tend to attract quite a few pests; hence placing marigolds alongside can help greatly for pest control.



These gorgeous flowers are often associated with the tropics because of their lush, full-bodied bloom. As this plant becomes quite big, plant them in an area where they will have plenty of space to grow. In direct sunlight it will bloom and grow all season long, and come up stronger year after year.



With large, Showy blooms, lilies add striking elegance in the garden from early to midsummer. Grown from bulbs , these perennial flowers are best planted in autumn (March) and will return year after year with minimal care- as long as they are planted in the right place.



These are one of the most popular flowers amongst the plant parents. They are quick growing and blossom beautifully. They are found in red, purple, pink, yellow and white colours. To add some cheer and colour in your gardening space, place them between shrubs or hang them around the gardening space.


I hope this information helps you to choose 5 best plants for summer gardening. Reach out to us at Gardengram if you have any more doubts and we will guide you through your gardening journey.

Happy gardening!

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