Molten Fire Amaranth is a variety of amaranth grown mostly for its edible leaves. Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds says this is excellent for edible landscaping since it is "simply stunning" and produces "leaves that are a fire-crimson color.
Madeline Hill Rosemary, Rosmarinus officianalis: "Robust plants show improved hardiness. Rich green needlelike foliage is highly aromatic. Has nice wedgewood blue flowers. A must for the herb garden and indoor pots.
Fatsia japonica 'Spider's Web' makes a wonderful specimen, particularly when planted near white-flowering plants that compliment the leaf variegations. It can also be used to help add light and colour to areas or lightly dappled shade.
Cultivated by many Southwest tribes, the young fruits and oil- and protein-rich seeds are edible. The black fiber of the "claw" is used in basketry. Very heat tolerant, these make attractive landscape plants.