Flowers are one of the most beautiful things that may easily attract the attention of those in their immediate vicinity. They are a magnificent component of Mother Nature providing joy, pleasure, and positivity to people's life. Every season is marked by the arrival of their characteristic blooms. Aren't you delighted to learn about the greatest flowers to grow throughout the summer season now that spring has arrived and the weather is slowly turning to summer?The heat and humidity of summer can be difficult for any garden, yet many summer bloomers thrive in hotter temps.Add these easy-to-grow flowers to your summer garden:1. LilliesThe graceful flowers can withstand harsh weather conditions with ease. The flower has a unique manner of preventing excessive moisture loss by allowing its leaves to dry out while keeping the bloom's primary bulb alive.2. Sweet AlyssumBecause these little blooms thrive in the sun, they're frequently utilised as landscaping edging. You may also use them to fill in cracks in walkways or plant them in your yard. The low-growing blooms come in a variety of colours, including pink, salmon, purple, white, and yellow. They also have a honey-like aroma.3. Gloriosa DaisyThe flower has yellow to orange petals with a deep brown to black centre and is often known as Black-Eyed Susan. Gloriosa Daisy can reach a height of 3.5 feet and thrives in hot regions.4. PortulacaThis low-growing annual succulent, also known as moss rose, comes in a variety of jewel tones and blooms all summer. It can withstand heat and drought thanks to its thick leaves. It looks great in rock gardens and in front of boundaries. Full sun is required.5. MarigoldThey're supposed to brighten up any garden with colour and aroma. It has been used in religious and therapeutic settings, with colours ranging from light yellow to golden brown. The extract from the flower is also used as a food colouring ingredient and aids in pest control.6. SunflowersSunflowers are beautiful, so it's no surprise that they attract bees. They need full sun and can withstand drought. Place them in patio planters, garden beds, or along the edge of a fence. Sunflowers are known for their bright yellow colour, yet there are over 70 different types of this flower.7. BougainvilleaIt's a decorative vine that can cover your entire fence, pavement, and other neighbouring surfaces. Bougainvillea is a Brazilian native that thrives in hot weather. It grows quickly, but be mindful of its stinging thorns, which should be handled with caution.8. PeonyPeonies bloom from late May to early June and are rich, extravagant, and delightfully perfumed. They're a shrubby perennial that, with proper care, can flower for decades. If you plant them too deeply, they will not flower. And don't worry about the ants; they're only sipping nectar and aren't causing any damage to the plant. Full sun is required.9. DahliaDahlias come in a variety of colours and sizes and come in a variety of kinds. The flower is made up of symmetrical brilliant coloured petals that expand to meet various nutritional needs.10. Shrub RoseLandscape roses, sometimes known as shrub roses, are sturdy and attractive summer bloomers. They're also available in every hue of the rainbow and will bloom until the first frost! Full sun is required.How To Plant FlowersFlowering plants usually add interest to your garden (and can stop neighbours in their tracks). Annuals may offer rapid flowers almost instantaneously, while perennials can dazzle year after year. You can start with seeds or transplants from the garden centre, but once you've decided on your plants, there are a few basic procedures to follow to get your flowers started in your yard. Before you start digging, read the tag that came with your plants or the directions on your seed packages so you can match the needs of the plants to the ideal places to grow them.Then, if you already have established flower beds, you can simply fill in any gaps with new annuals or perennials. Alternatively, you may always start a new flower bed and fill it with all the lovely blooms you want to grow.Step 1: Right Plant, Right PlaceDo the plants you've chosen require sun, shade, or a mix of the two? Begin by placing your plants in a location that will provide them with the type of light they prefer (plants that like the sun should be out in the open, while plants that require shade should be placed somewhere with some protection). Six hours or more of direct sunlight each day, not necessarily constantly, is considered full sun. Four to six hours of sun each day is common for part shade. Shade definitions differ based on the depth of the shade. Dappled shadow, for example, lets in a lot more light than profound shade.Step 2: Dig The SoilHealthy soil is the foundation for beautiful flower gardens. Most blooming plants thrive in soil that is loose, well-drained, and contains a lot of organic matter. You don't need to dig a wide area to plant flowers, but you do need to dig enough soil to add compost to strengthen the soil structure and add nutrients.To avoid compaction, avoid excavating or handling soil when it is damp. For roots to grow, plants require a particular amount of space between soil particles. Digging a tiny sample of soil from a 3-inch hole is one way to see if soil can be worked. Squeeze the soil into a ball and throw it against a hard surface like a rock or concrete. It's too moist to plant if the soil stays together, but it's time to plant if it shatters.Step 3: Plant The FlowersPlanting flower seeds differs from planting plants from a nursery, so read the seed packaging instructions to figure out how deep to plant each seed and how far apart to space them. When planting potted garden plants, the soil should be at the same level as the soil in the pot, but check the plant tag to make sure. Irises and peonies, for example, prefer their rhizomes and roots to be planted very shallowly. Remove the plant from the pot and gently remove some or all of the soil from the roots before placing it in the hole you've made. Return the soil to the hole, gently firming it but not pushing it down.Step 4: Water Deeply And Add MulchSoak the earth surrounding your newly planted flowers thoroughly. Garden flowers require 1 to 2 inches of moisture every week to thrive, so water if the weather isn't cooperating. It is preferable to water deeply and infrequently rather than shallowly and regularly in order for the roots of the plants to develop deeper. If the soil becomes too wet, the roots of your flowering plants will rot. A layer of mulch, such as crushed bark, around your new plants will help to reduce evaporation and watering frequency.Step 5: GroomingFeel free to cut your flowering plants for bouquets as they begin to blossom. To urge the plant to put more energy into its leaves and winter survival, clip off the spent flower heads. For a cleaner look, clip or pluck any brown foliage.In ConclusionIn this summer season, you can cultivate these delightful floral plants in your yard or balcony with little maintenance recommendations. You can get these plants from a local nursery or order them online. These flowering plants will improve air quality while also providing a breathtaking view. So be ready because it's time to refresh your home in the hot, humid climate with a nice aroma all around.FAQsQ. How frequently should one water the flowers?A. Garden flowers require 1 to 2 inches of moisture every week to thrive, so water if the weather isn't cooperating. It is preferable to water deeply and infrequently rather than shallowly and regularly in order for the roots of the plants to develop deeper. If the soil becomes too wet, the roots of your flowering plants will rot.Q. Do Lillies bloom in summer?A. The graceful flowers can withstand harsh weather conditions with ease. The flower has a unique manner of preventing excessive moisture loss by allowing its leaves to dry out while keeping the bloom's primary bulb alive.