Best flowering plants in full sun:
Botanical Name: Pentas lanceolata
Because they're beautiful, Pentas are attractive to pollinators like bees, birds, and butterflies. These plants can withstand full sunlight and need little to no care, growing even in locations that are dry and hot.
2. Globe Amaranth
Botanical Name: Gomphrena globosa
Globe amaranth is an edible plant of the Amaranth family. The globe-shaped flower inflorescences exhibit variety of shades like purple, red, orange, white, and pink. It is very heat tolerant and fairly drought resistant, but grows best in full sun and regular moisture.
Botanical Name: Plumbago auriculata
Plumbago is an evergreen flowering shrub that is grown as a climber. attractive bush that grows well in warm climates. It blooms from spring through autumn.
Botanical Name: Hibiscus
Hibiscus are easy to grow. They grow well in any kind of soil. With their variety of colors and shapes, they make a great addition to your garden. They need bright light for good growth.
5. Moss Rose
Botanical Name: Portulaca grandiflora
With their amazing needle-like foliage and bright and colorful small blooms, Portulacas are worth having in any type of plant collection. They are low maintenance and hardy. They bloom well if placed in sunlight for at least about 5-8 hours.
Botanical Name: Tagetes
Marigolds need lots of sunlight and warmth, so plant them where they get plenty of direct sunlight. They're best grown as annuals, but if you want to grow perennials, choose from among several varieties.
Botanical Name: Pelargonium
Geraniums are perennials in tropical climates and flower a lot. They're perfect for container gardens, border plantings, and bedding plants.
8. Canna Lily
Botanical Name: Canna indica
Canna plants need warm temperatures, full sunlight, and moist soil to grow well. They come in shades of red, orange, or yellow.
Botanical Name: Adenium obesum
Adeniums need good light to thrive. Direct sunlight is preferable, especially when they are in their active growth phase during the summer months.
Botanical Name: Ixora coccinea
It grows best in warm climates where it receives lots of sunlight. If you want to grow it indoors, provide it with plenty of light and warmth.
Dr. Vandana K.