Hot Flowers For Summer

We want to keep our gardens in full, blooming color — but that’s not always easy to do in the dog days of summer.

Think Hibiscus for some tropical summer color.

High heat, blazing sunshine and dry weather can be wilting, indeed.

But some flowers thrive in the heat.

Hibiscus, Caladiums and Kanga Paws are all good choices for your summer garden.

Learn more about them in this blog from Costa Farms:

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