Heat Of Summer And How It Affects Your Garden And Growth

Posted by Tammy Sons on 2nd Feb 2016

Friday, March 25

Do you like the way your garden looks in summer but hate the heat itself? Next time you're complaining to yourself that you can't take the heat one second longer, think about El Azizia.

In the summer of 1922, it got up to 136 degrees there which is thought to be one of the hottest known days. Even succulents can get sunburned in the desert on the worst of days! Pink stonecrop has leaves that store water in reserve for those extra dry seasons. Find it in our online plant nursery.