In the Garden -What to Plant

Tough Plants Gardeners at all levels of experience can appreciate a tough-as-nails plant. Maybe you are looking for a plant that you can finally keep alive. Maybe you want something easy to add to your landscape so you can devote more energy to your fussy plants. Or maybe you’re just looking to spruce up the garden with very little effort. The following plants are easy to care for and hard-to-kill choices for any Florida landscape.

Annuals - Replace faded cool weather annuals that can take the heat. Some to consider include amaranthus, celosia, cole- us, crossandra, Dahlberg daisy, dahlia, gazania, impatiens, marigold, moss rose, nicotiana, pentas, portulaca, salvia, torenia, vinca and zinnia. Annuals that can take full sun during the increasingly hot summer months include celosia, portulaca, vinca, and some coleus.

See Annuals (landscape plants) Subtopics

Annuals for Florida, A-Z index

Annuals to Use as Cut Flowers

Annuals that Deer Rarely Eat

Native Florida Annuals

Salt-tolerant Annuals

Bedding Plants


Gardening with Annuals in Florida

Nematode Management for Bedding PlantsSusceptibility of Flowers and Bedding Plants to Root-Knot Nematodes

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