If you have noticed a few bare spots in your garden, here are three red, white, or blue flowers that can fill those spots, take the heat and produce vibrant blooms all summer.

Cape Plumbago, your burst of blue

With profuse blue flowers, this Texas superstar annual blooms all summer despite the heat. It can be planted now in most soils or containers. Butterflies love the sky-blue bloom and deer do not.

Turks Cap brings a pop of red to sun or shade

Turks cap is a native annual and a Texas superstar due to its robust character withstanding both heat and drought. It attracts butterflies and hummingbirds while resisting deer. It develops dark green foliage in shade and profuse blooms in sun.

Blackfoot daisy for a field of white

This Texas native blooms all summer long, providing a field of white with yellow button centers. Like the other blooms we suggest, it too is deer resistant but attracts birds, butterflies and bees.

Bonus flower: The periwinkle

Want a burst of color to fill some your pots? You can get a spectrum of red and white color with Cora and Nirvana vinca periwinkles. They look delicate, but these robust blooms are a Texas superstar that will burst with color thought the hottest summer and resist fungus.

Need more information or guidance selecting the right bloom, contact us. We are happy to help!