The hottest days of summer limit planting to heat-tolerant plants such as Begonias, Thunbergia, Blue Daze, Cat's Whiskers, Coleus, Dianthus, Gaillardia, Marigolds, Melapodium, Moon Vine, Pentas, Petunias, Porterweed, Portulaca, Purslane, Salvia, Sunflowers, Torenia, Verbenas, Vinca, and Zinnias.
Although you can plant palms year round in florida, summers warm, rainy months are the perfect time to plant any palms you had in mind. This allows for enough time for the roots to develop, take hold, and nourish the tree before temperatures begin to drop again in late fall and early winter. Two key components to young palms health are rising soil and air temperatures.
floridagardener.com | https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/ | “Best Time to Plant Palm Trees in Florida.” Sarasota Landscape Design, 24 Aug. 2017.