What are good full sun plants?

Can't wait for spring!!
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  • Mary Mary on Feb 26, 2017
    Flowering plants, petunias, so easy. Love the sun and bloom from May to first frost. The wave petunias make great hanging baskets, can hang down several feet with tons of blooms. Geraniums, nostrum. Autumn Sediums look like Jade plants bloom in the fall, start off pink turning to a burnt orange. These come back every year, just cover before snow with straw or something. Mums love the sun and also come back. There are a ton that love the sun, I like the ones that bloom all summer. I use Jack's fertilizer you can order off the internet. Feed them every time you water which should be twice a day you will have huge blooms. Talk to the people there, they are great help
  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Feb 27, 2017
    Annuals or perennials or both and where do you live?
  • Jana Vaughan Jana Vaughan on Feb 28, 2017
    Roses, ranunculus and peonies are great full sun flowering plants.
  • Cat Cat on Feb 28, 2017
    Zinnias are one of the easiest to grow flowers from seed. i also like sunflowers and cosmos.
  • Some plants I have in my all afternoon sun garden ~ Daylily, Marigold, Catmint, Shasta Daisy, Liatris, Red Hot Poker, Iris, Lantana, Bee Balm, Sedum, Love-lies-bleeding, Cosmos, Rosemary, Alyssum, Roses, Geraniums, Statice, Yarrow, Snow in Summer, Lambs Ear, Coreopsis, Sunflowers, Lavender, Catnip, Gaura, Buddleia, Chives, Society garlic , hollyhock, calendula, asparagus fern, African Daisy, Lemon Verbena, Cranesbill, Blue Potato Bush, Mallow, Rose of Sharon, Pittosporum...just to name a few ♥ Have fun! BTW, I'm in zone 8/9
  • Johnavallance82 Johnavallance82 on Apr 13, 2021

    Hello Linda,

    Geraniums, Lavender etc.

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