what should a plant? - Knowledgebase Question

Miami, Fl
Question by ovarela
March 10, 2010
the front of my house faces south and I don't have shade at all what type of small plants should plant in order to have an appealing front yard?
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Answer from NGA
March 10, 2010

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Following are the names for perennials and summer annuals that do well in our area:

Bleeding heart: partial shade or full sun; Blue daze: full sun; Cannas: full sun;
Chrysanthemums: full sun; Coreopsis: full sun; Dahlias: full sun; Daylilies: full sun or partial shade; Gaillardia: full sun; Gerbera: full sun; Kalanchoe: full sun or partial shade; Lantana: full sun; Marigolds: full sun; Mexican heather: full sun;
Pentas: full sun; Shasta daisy: full sun; Shrimp plant: full sun; Verbena: full sun;
Zinnia: full sun. Enjoy your colorful garden!

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