Plants That Will Sprout and Grow in Extreme Heat
Last week we had our first taste of the summer heat. So much I thought we had skipped over the end of Spring entirely.
That got me thinking, about what plants will sprout in the extreme heat. I'm all about planting things in my flower beds and in my little gardens (container gardening mostly, who am I kidding I don't have a full garden).
We all know it's going to get super hot in a few weeks, it's what Amarillo weather does, so it's time to get prepared. If you love gardening and growing your own plants and vegetables, here's a great list of things to plant.
Here's a great list:
Black-eye peas and anything in the cowpea family
Just looking at some of these, they grow under the ground like carrots, beets radish, I'm guessing it's easier for a plant to regulate temperature underground. It is much cooler under the ground than above it.
I don't know about you, but I am looking forward to having some yummy and fresh veggies soon. I Love me some Black-Eyed peas, but I usually try to grab those from our Farmer's Markets.
Whatever you decided to grow, I hope you have an amazing and fruitful crop, there's nothing better than growing your own food and enjoying the fruits of your labor.
When it comes to your veggies, what are the easiest things to grow in your garden? I find tomatoes and peppers are the easiest for me. I can grow them easily in containers on my patio.