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Desert Lupine: annual that produces pale blue or purple flowers

13 Flowers for the Southwest Desert

Lupine ~ Beautiful spikes of violet-blue, pea-like blooms. Plant in fall to early spring.

Trees | Desert Trees | Texas Mountain Laurel | Moon Valley Nurseries

Texas Mountain Laurel trees (Sophora secundiflora) are a favorite flowering tree throughout the Southwest, and it's one that is sure to add curb appeal!

Another mallow. Tastes the same, much hairier though. Petals look pretty in a salad.

Desert Mallow, Globe Mallow (Sphaeralcea ambigua): see it and grow it

Angelita Daisy: good for small spaces | Photo from AZ Arboretum | 13 Flowers for the Southwest Desert | - Page 8

13 Flowers for the Southwest Desert

Hummingbird Mint: smells like bubblegum and, as its name suggests, attracts hummingbirds Photo from Schmoker Cleveland Sage: very aromatic, can be dried and burned as incense Photo from ASU Popcorn Cassia: can grow up to feet, smells like popcorn.

1. Hummingbird Mint: smells like bubblegum and, as its name suggests, attracts hummingbirds Photo from Schmoker 2. Cleveland Sage: very aromatic, can be dried and burned as incense Photo from ASU 3. Popcorn Cassia: can grow up to 7-10 feet, smells like popcorn... #desertclimate #dry #flowers

13 Flowers for the Southwest Desert

Hummingbird Mint: smells like bubblegum and, as its name suggests, attracts hummingbirds Photo from Schmoker Cleveland Sage: very aromatic, can be dried and burned as incense Photo from ASU Popcorn Cassia: can grow up to feet, smells like popcorn.

Israel's Negev Desert Iris'

Front yard landscaping ideas from the experts will help you get started with these low cost front yard landscaping ideas for your beginner landscaping projects.

Bogenvia: gorgeous, hot-pink climbing plant, just watch out for those thorns! | 13 Flowers for the Southwest Desert |  Photo from Flickr

13 Flowers for the Southwest Desert

Hummingbird Mint: smells like bubblegum and, as its name suggests, attracts hummingbirds Photo from Schmoker Cleveland Sage: very aromatic, can be dried and burned as incense Photo from ASU Popcorn Cassia: can grow up to feet, smells like popcorn.

Yellow Cups: annual that blooms in spring with sweet, small yellow flowers |  13 Flowers for the Southwest Desert | Photo from Plant Lust

13 Flowers for the Southwest Desert

Hummingbird Mint: smells like bubblegum and, as its name suggests, attracts hummingbirds Photo from Schmoker Cleveland Sage: very aromatic, can be dried and burned as incense Photo from ASU Popcorn Cassia: can grow up to feet, smells like popcorn.

California Bluebell Seeds

Desert Bluebells, Phacelia campanularia, 500 seeds, electric blue wildflower, any zone 3 to great ground cover

Trees | Flowering Trees | Desert Willow | Moon Valley Nurseries

Desert Willow, botanical name Chilopsis linearis, is a small tree that blends well with any landscape style and gets bonus points for being able to cast light shade!

Yarrow is perhaps best known for its wound healing properties. #Yarrow was used from the time of the Ancient Greeks up until the First World War to treat wounds, thus its common names soldiers’ woundwort, staunch weed, nosebleed, woundwort, and carpenter’s weed. No first aid kit is complete without yarrow for use as an #antiseptic and #styptic (stops bleeding). Yarrow is also #antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, #astringent, and analgesic, making it ideal for preventing infection, stopping…

Terry Willard, Founder of the Wild Rose College of Natural Healing, in this online video e-course where you will discover the essentials to incorporate detoxing into your daily living.

Popcorn Cassia: can grow up to 7-10 feet, smells like popcorn (although some say it smells more like peanut butter) | 13 Flowers for the Southwest Desert | - Page 4

13 Flowers for the Southwest Desert

Hummingbird Mint: smells like bubblegum and, as its name suggests, attracts hummingbirds Photo from Schmoker Cleveland Sage: very aromatic, can be dried and burned as incense Photo from ASU Popcorn Cassia: can grow up to feet, smells like popcorn.

Red Creeping Thyme (Thymus praecox Coccineus) at Wayside Gardens

Red Creeping Thyme

Red Creeping Thyme for small yards -- The to plants are densely covered with tiny, dark green, shiny leaves that are intensely aromatic when crushed; plant them between paving stones and enjoy their fragrance every time you pass by.

Hydrangea come in blue, purple, pink, white, and green and all shades in between.  It's the Queen of wedding bouquets!

Hydrangea 'Ayesha' truly a unique Hydrangea with cupped sepals and a rubbery texture!

rose campion

24 Best Drought Tolerant Plants That Grow In Lack Of Water

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