What plants will survive in full sun?

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Our house is located on a corner lot in our development and has full sun all day. I would like suggestions for plants that will survive in the hot summer sun. Any help would certainly be appreciated.
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  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Mar 06, 2017
    What is your location? Annuals,perennials,trees,shrubs?

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    • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Mar 07, 2017
      Try planting Lantana which should tolerate you heat conditions.You should also try adding a wetting agent to your soil or purchase a moisture control soil.

  • Mary Mary on Mar 06, 2017
    I like easy ones like Autumn sediums, mums iris, rhododendrons, hibiscus and crocus, geraniums, tiger lilies and pink ladies are great but they need their own space they tend to spread. Peonies are beautiful and most all of these can be moved with cuttings. Lilac bushes are pretty but have a short blooming period. Gardenia and Jasmine make great shrubs. Crepe Myrtles are the trees I would pick. The ground sediums just spread the autumn sediums grow into a nice 2 foot tall little cluster, like mums. I alternate these. For flowers all season try petunias. The wave type make nice baskets, the others make nice ground covers between the flowers these don't come back. Yucca's make a nice edging and stays green all year, unless you live in the arctic . These can been seen along the highway in North dakota and Montana. There are a ton Annuals, these are just the ones I like because they are so easy. Hanging baskets have a lot of options but these all depend on your area. That's why I like the petunias they grow everywhere. Wandering Jews and airplane plants are also great.

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    • Apa16816818 Apa16816818 on Mar 07, 2017
      Thank you so much for the suggestions, this gives me something to go on. I live in Delaware and with the hot summer heat all day it makes it a little difficult to me to find good flower or plant for the sun. Your suggestions have certainly helped a lot.

  • Eloise Eloise on Mar 07, 2017
    Google your plant hardiness zone then Google Plants for zone (whatever it is). For example: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/garden-how-to/gardening-by-zone/zone-6/plants-for-zone-6.htm

  • Some plants I have in my all afternoon sun garden (100+ in the Summer) ~ 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 9