Perennials

Penstemon 'Desert'

Native to the southwest U.S. Leaves are blue-green, simple, opposite, triangular, fused at the base of the stem, 1" to 1 1/2" long, 3/4" wide. Blooms are tubular, rose-pink to purple... Read more

Penstemon 'Firecracker'

Native to the western U.S. Leaves are green, opposite, lanceolate, leathery, 1 3/4" to 2 1/2" long, 1/2" to 3/4" wide. Foliage forms a basal rosette. Blooms are scarlet-red, with a... Read more

Penstemon 'Parry's'

Native to Arizona and northern Mexico. Leaves are gray-green, simple, opposite, leathery. Foliage forms a basal rosette, from which 2' to 4' tall flower stalks emerge. Blooms are reddish-pink, tubular,... Read more

Penstemon 'Rocky Mountain'

Native to Colorado and Wyoming. Leaves are dark green,opposite, simple, oblanceolate to lanceolate, 1 1/2" to 2" long, 1/2" to 3/4" wide. 2' tall spikes with dark, violet-blue, tubular blooms. Read more

Penstemon 'Scented'

Native to the southwest U.S. Leaves are blue-green, simple, opposite, leathery, 1 1/4" to 2 1/4" long, 1" to 1 1/2" wide. Foliage forms a basal rosette, which sends up flower... Read more

Praire Zinna

Native to the western U.S. and northern Mexico. A very drought tolerant, spreading, long-lived perennial. Leaves are bright green, linear, 3/4" long. Blooms are bright yellow with an orange center, 1"... Read more

Rainlily

Native to central and South America. A perennial bulb that is tolerant of many types of conditions from wet to dry. Leaves are bright green, linear, grass-like, 6" to 1'... Read more

Red Hot Poker

A showy perennial with clumping, grasslike foliage. Leaves are gray-green, 18" - 36" long, 1" wide, pointed. Blooms are spike-like inflorescences of bright, shortly stalked flowers that are orange-red maturing... Read more

Ruellia

Native of Mexico. Shrubby upright perennial with purple blooms. Leaves are dark green, opposite, lanceolate, 2" to 3" long, 3/4" wide. Flowers are dark purple, bell-shaped, with five shallow lobes, 2"... Read more

Salvia 'Henry Duelberg'

Native to southern New Mexico, Texas, Mexico. A moderately fast growing, upright, perennial. Leaves are green, lanceolate, smooth on top, woolly white below, 3" long. Tubular, violet-blue flowers on spikes, 6" to 12" long.... Read more

Salvia 'May Night'

Native of eastern Europe. Forms a tight rosette with upright, erect branching, flower stems. Leaves are lanceolate, serrated, lower leaves are stalked, to 4" long, upper ones smaller, opposite, clasping... Read more

Sedum 'Autumn Joy'

A hybrid of S. telephium and S. spectabile. Leaves are alternate, fleshy, sessile, with a prominent midrib, sharply and irregularly toothed. Clusters of rounded blooms start out light pink maturing to a coppery... Read more

Shasta Daisy

A very popular perennial with white blooms that have a gold center. Leaves are dark green, coarse, lobed, toothed, 2" to 3" long, 1 1/4" to 3/4" wide. Blooms from... Read more

Soapwort

Native to Europe. An easy to grow perennial with a trailing growth habit. Leaves are dark green, simple, elliptic to ovate, lower leaves have a short petiole, while uppermost are sessile. Blooms... Read more

Texas Betony

Native to the southwest U.S. and northern Mexico. A herbaceous, clump-forming, perennial with scarlet-red, tubular blooms. Leaves are gray-green, opposite, ovate, toothed, heavily veined, 3" long, 1 1/2" wide. Blooms spring through autumn.... Read more

Verbena 'Homestead Purple'

Native to North America. A fast growing perennial with a spreading habit. Leaves are dark green, opposite, coarse, scalloped, 1" to 1 1/2" long, 1/2" to 3/4" wide. Blooms are dark... Read more

Winecups

Native to western and southwestern U.S. A spreading perennial that produces a profusion of purple-red mallow-type flowers in the summer. Leaves are green and deeply cut. Blooms have five petals... Read more

Zauschneria

Native to western U.S. A very showy perennial with an upright or mounding growth habit. Leaves are gray-green, linear to lanceolate, sessile, upper leaves opposite, lower leaves alternate. Blooms are tubular,... Read more

Zexmenia

Native to Texas and Mexico. A small rounded shrub with a woody base and herbaceous upper stems. Leaves are dark green, ovate to lanceolate, rough textured, sticky, 1" long, 1/2" wide. Blooms... Read more

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