If you are looking for foliage with big impact, then Elephant Ears, and Caladiums are for you!

Shake Up Your Garden With Elephant Ears

Peak at summer heat Sun tolerant caladiums planted in full sun to full shade. Great in containers and landscapes Low growing caladium compliments the

Beginner Garden for Full Sun

Beginner Garden for Full Sun

Add some flower power to your garden this year with any of these tough-as-nails perennial bloomers. No green thumb required!

SunHosta. A hosta that can take the heat of Florida and is drought tolerant.

A hosta that can take the heat of Florida. Better variagation in full sun and drought tolerant. For pots in backyard

Autumn Joy Sedum. A drought tolerant, no fuss perennial- in deep burgundy!

20 Plants That Survive With or Without You

HAVE THIS, LOVE THIS - AMES - This is a guide about cutting back perennials in the fall. Deciding whether to cut or not to cut back your perennials in the fall can be perplexing. There are pros and cons to either option.

Lantana, beautiful and luscious smelling too.

Lantana - What a smell

My grandmother's favorite--Lantana is so easy to grow. It attracts butterflies, loves sun and can tolerate drought. Good watering results in a showy and large plant. Freezes to the ground in winter but returns year after year.

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 - Just planted this by my front steps - Flower Beds and Gardens

Full Sun.  Clump Forming. Height 2-4’ and Spread 2-4’.  Arching mounds of bright green foliage turns golden in the fall.  Bristly bottle brush plumes appear during the summer and disintegrate by early winter.  Beautiful Perennial grass for the Midwest.

17 Top Ornamental Grasses

White Fountain Grass, lemon grass, and Chinese Maidenhair grass. Mexican feather grass and stipa is invasive, use chinese maidenhair instead.

A colorful, low-maintenance bed | Garden Gate eNotes

A colorful, low-maintenance bed

Texas Ranger Plant. The vibrant lavender, purple, and magenta blooms of a Texas ranger may look like they take some work to care for—but we won't tell the neighbors your secret. This hardy plant is built to survive on little water, so all you need to do is plant it in full sunlight, and water during the summers or in times of drought. Available on Amazon; $19.98.  Related: How To: Plant a Bush

15 No-Effort Plants for a Foolproof Landscape

Creeping Thyme Ground Cover:  Prefers full   sun but will tolerate partiant shade.  Fragrant and evergreen.  Drought tolerant   and spreads quickly.

Creeping Thyme ground cover, 1000 seeds, fragrant herb, pink blooms, perennial zones 4 to 9, sun or light shade, deerproof, Thymus serpyllum