June! The season of sunshine. June is known as the letter bearer month of summer. The sun starts to shine fully in June.
After the devastating experience of winter, Spring comes as the healer, and after Spring, the Summer starts giving a new life to nature.
Summer is known as the season of happiness, and it is the season most celebrated. Not only for us but also the healed garden summer comes with lots of joy.
Lots of colorful flowers and perennials are there to be planted in the summer. The gardens after spring can become most colorful in summer.
An excellent choice of flowers and plants can make your garden also beautiful and can make the sunshine more colorful than ever.
Lavender is an everlasting beauty. No smell can be better than the lavenders. Scientifically the lavenders are known as Lavandula spp.
In some of the parts of the country, the lavenders are known as perennials, but they are not actually. These flowers are subshrubs.
They are perfect for summer as they can grow in full sun exposure. These flowers are ideal for growing in summer in the USDA hardiness zones 5-8.
These flowers are not just beautiful that can mesmerize you with its stunning color but also with its heavenly fragrance.
The lavenders can also be the source to add some extra money as they have greater demand in the market because of their smell. The only thing to keep eyes on when working with the lavenders is, the soil must have to well-drained ones to keep it safe from unwanted diseases.
Bee Balms are red beauties with amazing texture and color. These flowers are the perfect ones with the bright red color to be added to your June garden.
They are scientifically known as the Monarda Didyma. These flowers are the bloomers of USDA hardiness zones 4-9.
These flowers start to bloom at the end of June. These are better to be planted in partially shaded areas. In fully lighted areas, they can also be planted, but then they need to be maintained watering with some extra care.
They work better with the soil gently moisty. As the Lavender has some advantages, the Bee Balms also have. Their leaves are edible and can be added to your salad menu.
With the dried Bee Balm flowers, you can get some amazingly textured herbal tea. One problem with these flowers is, they can be a bit harmful to the allergy sensitives as they grow some kind of powdery mildew on its leaves.
Like the Lavenders, the Larkspurs are also high headed plants with beautiful bluish flowers. These flowers are scientifically known as Delphinium spp.
They are high headed ones that can grow up to 7 feet tall with a bunch of flowers in their head. They grow better in USDA hardiness zones 3-7.
They are available in different types, and the size of the plants depends on the type. They are sun lovers and can grow in full sunlight in summer with regular watering.
These plants need well-drained soil to grow better. They are just beautiful plants. They do not come with so many extra features.
These flowers almost look like the roses but little in size. These flowers are scientifically known as Paeonia. They come with different types and variations.
Peonies can be found in plant variants as well as bush variants. These flowers are not just beauty by colors but also has an amazing fragrance of their own.
The ideal zones to grow these flowers are USDA hardiness zones 2-8. The height of these plants determines by their types by types they can grow from 3-5 feet in height.
These plants are sun-loving ones and can survive in full sunlight and need regular watering. They come in colors like red, pink, white, yellow, etc.
These plants are rabbit resistant plants. They can get affected by some diseases like botrytis blight fungus infection and root rot.
Purple Ice plants
Purple ice plants declare their color by their name. They are ground covering plants and can grow in full sunlight. The scientific name of these plants is Delosperma Cooperi.
These plants are best to grow in hardiness zones 5-10. These Purple ice plants are the best ones as ground coverings with their mesmerizing shining purple color and thick green leaves.
The flowers of these plants are so famous because of their blooming time. They bloom almost the whole of the season without any interference.
These plants can’t survive in colder regions, and they are not winter flowers. These flowers are best to grow in well-drained soil. In wet soil, the root may get rotten.
Becky Shasta daisies
Daisies come with plenty of types and varieties. Not all the daisies bloom in the same season. Depending on their types, the blooming time of the daisies is different. Some of the daisies bloom in fall also.
These Becky Shasta Daisies are the summertime variety of daisies. With their beautiful pure snowy white colors and their sun-facing texture, they can add some extra beauty to your garden in summer.
These flowers are scientifically known as Leucanthemum x superbum. They are very sun-loving flowers and blooms almost the whole of the season.
They are best to grow in USDA hardiness zones 5-10 during summer. They also need well-drained soil to bloom better. Not so much, but they can get affected by some bugs Slugs, earwigs, etc.
Cherry Parfait Rose
Which garden can be called the fulfilled one without some roses? So, there are some colorful, fragrant rose suggestions for your garden.
These are such beautiful ones with the color combination of pink and white. They are better to grow in USDA hardiness zones 6-10.
These flowers belong to the Genus Rosa. They are sun-loving plants and can grow in full sun exposure. They can grow up to a height of 24-36 inches.
The blooming time of these flowers is the early summer and can grow almost the whole of the season. These flowers require well-drained soil to be planted on.
Another early summer bloomer with beautiful texture and color. They are very strongly honey-like flavored and scented flowers that can mesmerize anyone.
These plants are better to grow in USDA hardiness zones 6-10. They are also sun-loving plants and can grow in full sunlight.
They can be found in plenty of types, which are almost 240 and also different varieties, including plants, trees, and shrubs.
These flowers belong to the Genus Magnolia. They come in different colors like yellow, purple, and pink. They are best to grow in well-drained soil. They are not so weak in the case of diseases.
The garden is covered with colors. Now what to do if your garden has any fauna or pond. It will not look fulfilled without some lilies in it.
Lilies are always the best choice for water preservers. They are scientifically known as Nymphaea. They grow in different colors like pink, blue, white. Also, some of them change their color.
Water lilies are good to grow in USDA hardiness zones 4-11. No matter with water with them, all you have to do is, planting in the right measure.
They grow in full sun exposure and collect their sources of nutrition from the water they are. They can be found in both small and big varieties
Beautiful pink color with a cone-like center they are. Best to grow in USDA hardiness zones 3 to 9. They are scientifically known as Echinacea.
These flowers belong to the daisy family and almost look like the daisies. They are Flowering perennial in type. They can grow up to the size of 29 to 47 inches in height.
They are better sun-resistant and can grow in full sun exposure. You can also plant them in partially shaded areas, which will not affect them so much.
They are the mid-summer bloomers and need sandy soil type to grow better. They are native flowers in North America and comes in different colors like purple, mauve and rose pink.
The summer is the most beautiful season of all. It brings good luck; it brings happiness, and it brings joy. Summer has always been the month of celebration.
June is the starting month of summer, and the listing of summer plantation can’t be shortlisted by only listing 5 to 10 flowers.
The number of plants that can be planted is numerous, and also it is one of the very confusing things to choose the best combination that your garden suits.
Our list is focused on covering every type of plant that can be included in your summer garden with a beautiful and smart combination.
We have covered water plants, shrubs, high headed plants, and also included ground coverings. Some of the springtime bloomers can also be added to your June garden. You can add some ornamental grasses in your garden if you want to.
Here, some of the plants we have mentioned may not very familiar and good ones for the allergy sensitives. So, beware of before choosing for your garden.
Katie L. Brown is a garden writer with many years of experience. Writing about gardening and over years of experience working in nurseries. She uses her land and skills to working on new ideas, tips, and tricks to inform you. Currently, Katie L. Brown is the Founder Editor of gardenhubs, leading Garden coverage blog specifically.