Well it obviously got hot and most including my own personal garden are showing sign of it. What to do? If you’re having a party, or just dinner guests and that pot or planter by the front door is a tad embarrassing, here are some suggestions:
Full Sun: Lantana, Vinca, Penta, Moss Rose, Bougainvillea, Fire Bush, Mexican Honeysuckle, Ornamental Sweet Potato Vine Gazania, Tecoma varieties Ruellia
Partial Sun/Afternoon Shade: Hibiscus, Arabian Jasmine, Purple Heart, Plumbago, Cannas, Sky flower, lavendar,ruellia
Full Shade: Begonia, Purple heart, Arabain Jasmine, Hearts and Flowers, Pink Splash
This is just a quick outline and some will work in more then one exposure-bring in pictures of your location that needs help and we can help you create that dream planter-WE MAKE HOUSE CALLS TOO!
As always proper planting with good soil preparation and organic material and water, water, water-especially those first few moments, in fact be watering as your back filling the hole or the pot. Watering in as you fill helps get rid of air pockets and settles the soil as well as insures the plant does not stress for one moment from lack of moisture. Also be sure to fertilize adequately, especially in containers as you’re watering constantly and nutrients are being used up and washed away quickly!
Too hot to plant yourself-Call us we’ll PLANT IT FOR YOU!!!