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Summer Flowers For Your Garden

Summer Flowers

It’s finally summer, well almost, and we wanted to share with you some of our favourite summer flowers. Where ever you might be in the world, most of these flowers should be ok. But we suggest you always check to make sure the climate is one that your flowers will grow well in. Let’s start talking about flowers.

German Garlic

No we’re not talking about something you cook with, we’re talking about a beautiful flower. This is a compact perennial with a profusion of globe-shaped lavender flower heads. The plant also has a blue-green leaf blades creating evergreen mounds. German Garlic attracts bees, butterflies and hummingbirds, and the plant has a unique scent. Next lets learn about Tall Verbena.

Tall Verbena

This is a biennial/perennial with slender stems, topped with tufts of pink-purple flowers. You’ll enjoy this plant as it attracts nectar feeders, such as bees and hummingbirds. However, this plant is known to seed quite a lot, and can sometimes be a nuisance.


You’ll love the Dahlia with its dinner plate size flowers that are stunning, and will remain in your garden from June until the fall. They range in colour from a creamy beige, to a beautiful peach-blush. You can grow the Dahlia as an annual or dig tubers for fall and store for replanting in the spring.

Giant Hyssop

This flower looks magical and will make your garden so special. These stunning lavender-blue flowers are great at attracting bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds. The flower is an easy to grow perennial thats both heat and drought tolerant. The Giant Hyssop blooms from spring through summer.

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