Answer: ALSO WHICH VEGETABLES SHOULD WE PLANT ? A. For some summer annuals that are easy and long-blooming in NC, try Ageratum, Celosia, Cosmos, Impatiens (shade), Flowering tobacco, Portulaca, Marigolds, Verbena, and vinca. If you want perennials (plants that come back year after year) for lots of color in the summertime, try: Coreopsis Moonbeam, Rudbeckia Goldsturm, Heliopsis Summer Sun, and Salvias. You can grow just about any summer vegetable where you are, but for easy, rewarding ones, stick to: beans, corn, cowpeas, pumpkins, summer squash, and tomatoes.
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