Creeping Fig – Ficus pumila (staked)

Creeping Fig is an outstanding evergreen that is routinely used to cover stark, barren walls with curtains of dense, deep-green foliage. This self-clinging vine adheres effortlessly to most surfaces, quickly scrambling upwards as far as it can be supported. Once it reaches the uppermost boundary of its support, it will continue branching outward, eventually creating…

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Chuparosa – Justicia californica

Chuparosa is a must-have shrub for every hummingbird garden across the arid southwest! Blooming from spring to fall, its deep red tubular flowers are the quintessential shape and color for attracting the little flying jewels. People enjoy these bright flowers too, not only for their colorful contribution to the desert palette, but also for their…

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Chaparral Sage – Salvia clevelandii

This distinctive evergreen shrub is instantly recognizable by the strong, sweetly refreshing fragrance it gives off when its grey-green foliage is rustled, warmed, or watered. Deer and bunnies find the aroma displeasing, so they tend to leave chaparral sage alone for people, hummingbirds, and butterflies to enjoy. It’s rumored that they can get up to…

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