Bidens 'Blazing Glory'- Many plants have a hard time standing up to the hottest weather of summer, which can leave your garden looking droopy and fried. There are several measures you can take to protect your plants from heat stress, but one foolproof method to beating the heat in the garden is to grow plants that actually love hot summer sun. There’s a whole host of them! Grow these heat-tolerant flowering plants for a garden that stays lively and bright all summer long.
You can grow a bounty of produce without a traditional garden. A container garden can be very productive and provide fresh vegetables all summer long. The trick is to plant the right kinds of produce that will thrive and grow in small spaces. It doesn't matter if you're planting on a balcony, or in raised beds, or even hang baskets, you don't need to be an expert gardener to grow a bevy of produce at your door step.