Plants are all different, and this is why we don’t have the same plants all around the world. In order for them to feel comfortable and grow, they need specific conditions, such as various degrees of sunlight and humidity. Also, the type of soil is an extremely important factor.
Now let’s take a quick look at Florida. The Sunshine State is, as its name says, very sunny. The temperatures are high, and the soil is mostly sandy. Not a suitable environment for most plants. These conditions are pretty harsh, and if you look into the gardens of your neighbors and notice that some plants are always present in their yards, there might be a reason for this.
If you want to make your yard look fabulous despite the hostile climate of Florida, stay with us and discover some of the best plants that can thrive in all parts of the state, zones 8 to 10.