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Experts shares advice about which summer flowers to use

by webdev

April 27, 2011

Winter has come to an end and it may be time to examine which flowers lasted throughout the cold, and begin to think about what should replace the ones that did not. An expert offers his advice about what flowers may be ideal to plant in time for summer, according to the website My San Antonio.

Zinnias are common summer flowers that populate several gardens, and it can be found in red, yellow, purple and white. There are two different types - one is the Lilliput, which is about a foot long with a small flower, and the Dreamland which is at least a foot longer with a four-inch flower. Moss roses are another option. They come in an array of colors and are able to last through a dry period without suffering, according to the news source.

Marigolds are another popular flower to plant in preparation for summer. The seeds in these flowers are large and are easy to store. According to National Health Cure, marigolds can also be used for medicinal purposes. If mixed and made into a tea, it can help heal mouth and stomach ulcers.

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