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As you begin to choose the best summer plants and flowers for your garden this season, you certainly have plenty of options, in creating your very own outdoor work of art.

Advice guides you to paying attention to native plants, climate conditions and much more. There are annuals and perennials, and are you specifically searching for the plants and flowers that are easiest to care for? Finally, is this all about your outdoor gardens, or do you also aspire to have a better container garden flowing through the inside of your home?

The summer season is a great time to beautify your landscape and make extra additions when it comes to flowers and plants. Before you pick and choose based on just simply searching out the best flowers for planting in the summer, you also want to make sure you have evaluated your needs. How much space do you have? You are trying to fill in the blanks when it comes to your outdoor landscape and garden areas, so you want to assess your needs based on certain factors before you start picking new flowers for the planting season.

One of the great summer flowers for planting that experts often recommend is the Dahlia. These flowers are available in multiple colors, and they are very beautiful. They are said to have bold blooms, and experts say they also provide some necessary shade covering. You certainly have to take into account that hot summer sun, and that goes for your specific location as well. It’s not like you have to plant only cactuses if you live in Texas or Arizona, but you get the point.

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The Dahlias are tuberous flowers or plants, and tuberous begonias are also considered to be a great option for summer. These flowers are annuals, so again, you want to keep things like that in mind as you are planning out the design of your landscape. Do you like geraniums? These healthy looking and beautiful, vibrant flowers can be used as either perennials or annuals, depending on location and climate.

Marigolds and inpatients are also two popular summer flowers. If you are on a tight budget but want to make sure that you have that pretty summer landscape, marigolds are always a good choice. When it comes to the inpatients, make sure you realize there are different kinds, too. Get that summer landscape whipped into shape by preparing ahead of time for the summer planting season and what your gardens need.