A clump-forming grass that looks great in rock gardens or borders. The bluish foliage can be used as a background for spring bulbs, and is also good in the fall garden, where the mature flower plumes add a touch of gold.
This elegant hydrangea boasts clusters of creamy white star-shaped blooms that grow up to 4 inches across.
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These roses love the heat.
When strong, healthy zucchini plants wilt and then collapse into piles of yellow mush, blame the squash vine borer.
The light green, grasslike leaves of palm sedge radiate from the top of 2-foot-tall stems, creating the impression of a tiny palm tree.
A tough, long-blooming perennial that thrives in heat, tolerates both dry and moist sites, and attracts wildlife.
A very fragrant lily with large, white, trumpet-shaped flowers that bloom in the late summer.
In the heart of the season, when the heat reaches its peak, these beloved annuals—with roots deep in Mexico—decorate the landscape week after week.
A subtropical Brazilian shrub that comes into its own in the heat of the summer and keeps flowering until frost.