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danger garden: Leucadendron ‘Ebony’…my fav plant this week and foliage follow-up feature!

danger garden: Leucadendron ‘Ebony’…my fav plant this week and foliage follow-up feature!

Late to the Garden Party: My favorite plant this week: Prostanthera ovalifolia 'Variegata'

My favorite plant this week is a subtle player in the garden. She stands demurely in the middle of my backyard border, always beautiful but.

Diamond Frost® - Euphorbia hybrid

Diamond Frost® - Euphorbia hybrid

Container Diamond+Frost®+-+Euphorbia+hybrid - blooms spring to frost. May come back if no freezes in SATX. Planted in bright shade house planter on north side April

Hebe glaucophylla 8

Hebe glaucophylla

Hebe glaucophylla 8

Phlomis purpurea - the one I really want...Jerusalem Sage family -some yellow, these PINK-PURPLE; see the dotty line? 4-6' tall, 4' w; ZONE 9-10

Spring 2015 - Phlomis purpurea - hot dry ok, need good drainage, need cutback in Fall - tall and wide

Verbascum chiaxii album

Verbascum nigrum 'Album' - Dramatic, easy, tough & reliably perennial, Verbascum nigrum ‘Album’ is one of those “plant & forget”fellows that make you feel very successful as a gardener when you’ve really done nothing at all

Anisodontea sp. 'Strybing Beauty' -Cape Mallow -Malvaceae

Specializing in rare and unusual annual and perennial plants, including cottage garden heirlooms and hard to find California native wildflowers.

Late to the Garden Party: My favorite plant of the week: Leucadendron salignum 'Chief'

While doing some work in our dry garden last Sunday, I suddenly noticed how nice my Leucadendon salignum 'Chief' was looking.

Australian Fuchsia (Correa), evergreen shrub, moderate growth to 2-4 ft. in height, 2-3 ft. spread or wider depending on variety, fuchsia-like flowers in pink, white, red, orange and carmine rose, …

Australian Fuchsia

Correa pulchella at San Marcos Growers

CEANOTHUS DIAMOND HEIGHTS

The Garden of Pat and Dave Eckerdt

"Thrift" plant - good ground cover. Would look good with lavender and chicks and hens on slope or by mailbox

Armeria 'Bee's Lilac', also called thrift plant, is a hardly herbaceous perennial that requires good drainage. Might work nicely on a slope.

Linum lewisii - Lewis Flax, Prairie Flax, Western Blue Flax. The seeds are edible, but only if cooked. The raw, uncooked seeds are poisonous. The cooked seeds have a nutty flavor and a high oil content.

Linum lewisii - Lewis Flax, Prairie Flax, Western Blue Flax - Southeastern Arizona Wildflowers and Plants

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