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These bright yellow flowers are perfect for hotter climates as they resist the drought well -- so you won't have to water them too often. They're also great for attracting bees and other insects into the garden. Your kids can plant them individually and have a little growing contest. Now and until end of May is the perfect time to sow some seeds -- sooner rather than later for the hotter regions.

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