By Alanna Brown, LuxEco Editorial Assistant

Granted, there is an abundance of vegetation that only thrives during the rainy season or in mild warmth. Now that we find ourselves in the cool heat of late spring, with hotter times swiftly approaching, what do we lay in the mulch? Luckily, we also have our plants that love to soak in the sun as much as any oiled-up, bikini-clad beach-goer on a July afternoon. From carrots, eggplants, soybeans, and squashes to hollyhocks, jasmine, and snapdragons, it is no short list of plants that relish a cloudless summer sky. And the oleander, among other blooming shrubs, hardly requires watering! Find out here which additional veggies and flowers are best sewn in the month of May, to flourish amply in high temperatures.

via National Gardening Association


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