Heat Tolerant Flowers And Herbs

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Heat Tolerant Flowers And Herbs


Annuals

Texas Bluebonnets are annual flowers that come up each year in February and March and then they are gone, but will return!

Ageratum --Dondo Blue and Dondo White

Bluebonnets --All Varieties --Keep in mind that the nature of the Bluebonnet is to come up before spring (early February through March) and then go away very quickly. They are not heat tolerant but are a Texas way of life.

Gomphrena --Also known as Globe Amaranth

Marigolds 

Rudbeckia --Black-Eyed Susan and Indian Summer aka Gloriosa Daisy

Verbena --Bonariensis

Zinnias --All Varieties


Perennials

Red Yarrow Achillea is a heat-tolerant flowering perennial that you will enjoy in your garden.

Ageratum --Dondo White

Blanketflower --American Native Blanketflower

Coreopsis --Plains

Mexican Mint Marigold

Milkweed --Butterfly Milkweed

Phlox --Texas Native Blend and Texas Native Red

Sage --Mealy Blue and Scarlet

Verbena --Prairie

Yarrow (Achillea) --All


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