You can’t miss Hafiz Naemi's residence. In an apartment development where there are few gardens, Naemi’s place is bold and bright with summer flowers. They’re everywhere: petunias in purple, pink, red, blue and white grow in pots lined up near the sidewalk that leads to the front door. There are corn flowers, the shocking blues atop tall stems some people call bachelor buttons. Vivid red coleus leaves have their place, and a sunflower is picking up speed near the front door.