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7 Flowers for your Summer Landscape

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This nectar-producing perennial can stand the summer heat, and will bring hoards of hummingbirds to your porch. –Maria McGeary

 

Hydrangeas come in all shapes and shades. This one, known as “Twist-n-Shout” is just one of many to choose from.

 

This simple but classic flower is perfect for a patch in the yard. Plus, it makes for the perfect DIY centerpiece.

 

A member of the milkweed family, this plant promises to fill your yard with butterflies.

 

These vibrant petals grow up to 20 inches tall, and made the Better Homes and Gardens list of “Top New Perennials for 2016.”

 

Also known as Summer Snapdragon, this flower will complement your garden with color and fragrance.

 

These pretty petals are the birth flower for April, and as its name suggests, are sweet indeed. 

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