Drought tolerant flowering shrubs for San Diego
13 Flowers for the Southwest Desert
Sturt Desert Pea... Letting go, triggers healthy grieving, releases deep held grief and sadness.
Can you grow edible plants and flowers in the desert? Absolutely. Despite the extreme heat and minimal rainfall, there are a number of edible plants and flowers that can be grown. Click here for more info.
Ice Plant Mix
Starting From Scratch – Creating a Drought-Resistant Garden / Gardening Tips and Know-How
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Drought tolerant full sun flowering plants for San Diego
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Stuart Desert Pea - Australia
After: This drought resistant garden includes multiple Salvia and Penstemon varieties, Walker's Low Catmint, Creeping Grey Germander, Sundancer Daisy, Hummingbird Mint (Agastache) and others.
Sturt Desert Pea. We actually managed to get this exquisite specimen growing in front yard