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?

Answer from NGA
March 10, 2010


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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