Endless Summer Hydrangea... blooms for early summer to the first frost. Tolerates both extreme heat & cold. Bloom on old & new growth. Avoid any size less than one gallon or they won't bloom the 1st year. H: 3-4 ft, W: 3-4 ft, Spacing 3 ft., Partial Sun, Hydrangea macrophylla
Purple Sage (Salvia 'Celestial Blue'). This hybrid loves extreme heat and is great for the sunny areas of your garden. In addition to butterflies, swallowtails adore the nectar of its amazing blue blooms.
He is the comforter when we are in trials where we can only endure through the power of God's love. However, the Holy Spirit also has the duty of cleansing us from our sinful ways. Sometimes, it's done to the degree where we are burning up as if being refined. Just as a welder uses extreme heat to mend and shape the sword to its intended design, so the holy spirit burns us up to help us be conformed to the image of Christ.
Pansies - These are a must for fall, winter and spring garden. They are good for three seasons or until the extreme heat hits. - Great plant ~ Pansies are hardy annuals whose flowers have "faces." These plants offer colorful flowers for any season in your garden. They have one of the widest ranges of colors and are good for containers, borders, and ground covers.
Red Twig Dogwood with yellow twig dogwood Shrub Deciduous/evergreen:Deciduous Cold hardiness zones: 2 - 8 Light needs: Partial to full sun Sunset climate zones: 1 - 9, 14 - 24 Water Needs Needs regular watering - weekly, or more often in extreme heat. Average landscape size: Moderate grower to 9 ft. tall, 5 ft. wide.Growth rate: Moderate
Snowball viburnum, absolutely stunning.... They are stunning and I had five of these along my driveway at the previous property ~ withstood extreme heat, frost in winter and the occasional dusting of snow! AJ
Heuchera 'Hercules' (Hercules Perennial Coral Bell) Zone 4-8a Height 8" Culture Part Sun to Light Shade The vigorous 8" tall x 15" wide clump of medium green leaves, heavily speckled white in spring, is topped in late spring (June in NC) with 20" tall spikes of dainty carmine red bells. The leaf coloration fades in extreme heat, but returns when the temperatures cool. We find that a few hours of morning sun grows the best specimens.