Fill your garden with flowers that love the long, hot summer. We've selected our favorites that thrive as the mercury rises.
These are some of the best plants to grow in hot weather. If you were late planting this spring, try some of the Landmark and Lucky Series lantanas, which bloom prolifically.
Plant Tip: 'Lucky Honey Blush' (left) has flowers that are multihued and will work well in any garden.
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