Don't know the name of your succulent or cactus plant? This great Compendium of 127 Stunning Desert Plants and Succulents may help. Image shared with permission of ftd.com . For help on propagating succulents please visit thegardeningcook.com

Don't know the name of your succulent or cactus plant? This great Compendium of 127 Stunning Desert Plants and Succulents may help. Image shared with permission of ftd.com . For help on propagating succulents please visit thegardeningcook.com

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Jewel of the Desert Garnet Ice Plant is a low growing, tough groundcover with excelent color. These spread rapidly, are water-wise once established, and offer interest in color and texture. Can be sheared back in order to control their spill onto pavement, and their root systems can help knit and stabilize soil such as on hillsides.

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Southwest Garden Inspiration: Steve Martino The red yucca, brittlebush, and prickly pear at a Palm Springs, California, home also relate to the southwestern...

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(Common Name: Parry's Penstemon Botanical Name: Penstemon parryi) This can put out babies when mature. Loves filtered sun and hummingbirds love it too. I divide when it gets too big.

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Purple Lilac Vine. Low water, popular in Arizona. Low Water Vine website: http://www.amwua.org/vines.html

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Pistachio trees are very attractive. They are considered a desert plant and each pistachio tree averages around 50 kg of seeds, or around 50,000, every two years

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