What Annuals Are Doing Best in this Drought?
I got sick of my beds in full sun that are trying to hibernate in this heat. All the annuals are long gone - the roses wont bloom until it cools off and the daylily folliage is not attractive. I want some plants to perk up my beds while tolerating these triple digit temps.
I am trying: sun coleus, blue salvia farnica [which can be a perennial I have heard], esperanza, plumbago, periwinkles, lantana, angelonia and small potted hibiscus along with some grasses.
Does anyone grow other annuals that will thrive and bloom in this miserable heat?