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15 best heat-resistant plants and flowers to use in landscaping

Homify Logo By Asha Bogenfuerst of Homify | Slide 1 of 15: In this example, a beautiful green panel serves as a background for the garden environment. There are plants such as asparago, peperômia, columeia-goldfish, among others. Next to the Balinese bench, ceramic vessels are used to plant dracena marginata, considered one of the most heat-resistant plants in the world, and are great for indoor environments as well. At their base are the small singons who like heat and humidity and in winter they fall into numbness, needing only a little water so that the earth is not completely dry.

1. Dracena marginata and singônio

In this example, a beautiful green panel serves as a background for the garden environment. There are plants such as asparago, peperômia, columeia-goldfish, among others. Next to the Balinese bench, ceramic vessels are used to plant dracena marginata, considered one of the most heat-resistant plants in the world, and are great for indoor environments as well. At their base are the small singons who like heat and humidity and in winter they fall into numbness, needing only a little water so that the earth is not completely dry.
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