Monarch and Swallowtail butterflies flock to this impressive bush.
Spectacular 8-inch flowers fill the yard with fragrance and beauty used in flower arrangements and foundation plantings.
Heat, drought, and wind only make this shrub bloom more.
Tough enough to grow in clay, but hardy enough to shine in containers.
With so many colors to choose from, every yard should have at least two.
Rosy honeymoon flowers grow 9 inches wide!
The bride stopping flowers exude youthfulness and beauty for an instant garden makeover.
Arizona’s toughest perennial hibiscus, even in subzero winters.
She beautifies sunny gardens, raised beds, and containers for exotic colors summer through fall.
Perennial up to 4′ tall.
Large clusters of reddish flowers create a dramatic show all season long.
Once established, this vigorous vine thrives in heat and blooms profusely with neglect.
Quickly covers large areas as a ground cover, spilling over retaining walls, screening a fence, or cloaking arbors.
Guaranteed to attract more hummingbirds.
The longest blooming sage in crimson-red that signals spring with continual flowers that broadcast right through Autumn.
Hummingbirds and gardeners alike fall for this knee high bloomer that deserves a prominent location in the hotter spots of the garden.
Keep lightly clipped for a low informal hedge or a single specimen in borders or courtyard containers.
Javelina and deer-proof.