At least six hours of direct sunshine every day is optimal. Some variants have beautiful multicoloured flowers. They are an excellent choice for landscaping in warm climates.
These versatile blooms can reach a height of three feet in full sun. However, they can also thrive in the shade. Zinnias are annuals.
Sunflowers are the ideal wildflowers for suburban areas or wherever! Some types of sunflowers can reach heights of 10 feet.
Dahlberg daisies are indigenous to south Texas and northern Mexico, thus they thrive in hot, dry climates and dislike prolonged high humidity or wet soils.
Multiple flowers with five petals that appear continuously complement the glossy green leaves. Vinca comes in a variety of colours, including white, pink, red, purple, and lavender.
In most of the United States, pentas are cultivated as annuals, though they can survive the winter in frost-free zones. They are easily accessible in most nurseries and simple to cultivate.
Peonies like sun. You'd be surprised to learn that the peony thrives in a dry landscape, given its lush green leaves and gorgeous flowers.
Penstemon, commonly known as beardtongue, is an excellent addition to a drought-tolerant garden due to its colourful spring and summer flower spikes.
Despite its little size, this shrub is sometimes regarded as a perennial. This plant has silvery stems and leaves, which are aromatic, and its blossoms can show in late spring.