If you're searching for the best flowers for full sun then see our list of heat tolerant flowers.

22 Best Flowers for Full Sun

If you're searching for the best flowers for full sun then see our list of heat tolerant flowers.

Full Sun Perennials: 8 Low Maintenance Plants That Thrive In The Sun | These low maintenance perennials all have pretty flowers and will brighten up your full sun garden border. Even better...they don't require a lot of work to make your landscaping look beautiful.

Full Sun Perennials: 8 Low Maintenance Plants That Thrive In The Sun

Full Sun Perennials: 8 Low Maintenance Plants That Thrive In The Sun | These low maintenance perennials all have pretty flowers and will brighten up your full sun garden border. Even better...they don't require a lot of work to make your landscaping look beautiful.

Creeping Phlox. my favorite plant.  Just plant and it grows and grows and grows.  Such a pretty garden carpet.

Creeping Phlox. my favorite plant. Just plant and it grows and grows and grows. Such a pretty garden carpet.

Candytuft: Hardy evergreen perennial ground cover for zones 3-9. - Just planted this by my front steps

Candytuft: A garden must-have!

Candytuft: Hardy evergreen perennial ground cover for zones 3-9. - Just planted this by my front steps

coleus -  This fast growing and easy to propagate plant is extremely popular in container gardens, due in part to its striking colors and varieties. They need well drained, nutrient enriched soil, and regular watering for optimum growth.  Keep in mind that most varieties prefer full sun, but some require partial shade to thrive, so check your seed packet or plant label for light requirements.    Read more: http://blog.builddirect.com/6-plants-that-thrive-in-full-sun/#ixzz3gk8KK6NE

6 Plants That Thrive In Full Sun

coleus - This fast growing and easy to propagate plant is extremely popular in container gardens, due in part to its striking colors and varieties. They need well drained, nutrient enriched soil, and regular watering for optimum growth. Keep in mind that most varieties prefer full sun, but some require partial shade to thrive, so check your seed packet or plant label for light requirements. Read more: http://blog.builddirect.com/6-plants-that-thrive-in-full-sun/#ixzz3gk8KK6NE

Rose campion is unforgettable in full bloom because of its abundant hot-pink flowers. But before it puts on its floral show -- and after the flowers fade -- its silvery-gray leaves are ornamental on their own. Note: Rose campion can self-seed abundantly; some gardeners find it a bit of a pest once it's established. Name: Lychnis coronaria Growing Conditions: Full sun and well-drained soil Plant Size: To 32 inches tall and 18 inches wide Zones: 4-8

Rose campion is unforgettable in full bloom because of its abundant hot-pink flowers. But before it puts on its floral show -- and after the flowers fade -- its silvery-gray leaves are ornamental on their own. Note: Rose campion can self-seed abundantly; some gardeners find it a bit of a pest once it's established. Name: Lychnis coronaria Growing Conditions: Full sun and well-drained soil Plant Size: To 32 inches tall and 18 inches wide Zones: 4-8

13 No-Kill Plants For Beginners --> http://www.hgtvgardens.com/flowering-plants/13-cant-kill-flowers-for-beginners?soc=pinterest

13 No-Kill Plants For Beginners --> http://www.hgtvgardens.com/flowering-plants/13-cant-kill-flowers-for-beginners?soc=pinterest

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