"Purple Heart" plant. So easy to grow! Comes back year after year. You can easily divide this plant by pinching off a clipping where it forms a "V" and transplant in rich soil. Makes a beautiful border!
This could be duplicated even in the harsh hot summer we have in Texas: Purple Heart, Salvia, Mexican Heather, Crimson Pygmy Barberry, Earth Kind Roses, Sweetflag, low-growing Juniper and some grasses. ~ Gorgeous! ~
Setcreasea pallida, or Purple Heart, a native of Mexico, is named for the striking purple color of the plant in full sun. Drought tolerant. A wonderful choice for hot dry conditions. Makes an excellent ground cover and looks stunning when paired with yellow lantana or pink vinca..
Beautiful, colorful landscaping! The tall grass is purple fountain grass (Pennisteum sectaceum 'Rubrum'), available from bustaniplantfarm.com (image credit). Looks like coleus and purple heart, and maybe begonias?