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Brighten up your outdoor space with these flowering plants that do not mind the hot Mexican sunshine. We took some advice from our landscaping friends Rachel and Jorge previous owner and manager of Greenway Landscaping. Here are 14 flowering beauties that can withstand the heat.
The two most famous flowers in Mexico are the Dahlia and the Marigold.
The national flower of Mexico. Comes in various brilliant colors and prefers sun.
The tubers were used as a food crop by the Aztecs, and the flower was used to treat epilepsy.
The most recognized symbols of the Día de Muertos because of their strong scent which is said to guide the spirits home and their bold orange and golden colors.
Other sun worshiping plants include;
Yellow and orange flowers
Prefer indirect sunshine and dies back after flowering
A potted plant with white flowers
Prefer sun or partial shade
Flor de Mayo
Yellow or white flowers
Prefer sun, excellent for planters
Pink and purple flowering climbing shrub
Prefer full sun, tolerates drought
Flor del Desierto
Bright pink or white flowers
Resistant and prefer sun
Prefer sun/partial sun
White flowers, very aromatic
Pink or white flowering climbing tree
Creeping flowering succulent
Red and pink flowers
Prefer sun and partial shade.
White lily type plant
Not direct sun, can be indoors or outdoors