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Maureen Gilmer

(Tea Tree)

The large, double, ruby red flowers of this tried and true tea tree glisten against its deep green, needle-like foliage. 'Ruby Glow' is the oldest, most established Leptospermum scoparium selection in California and graces many a Los Angeles neighborhood. It originates from New Zealand where it grows in a wide range of areas from peaty bogs to coastal and montane regions. So, it is surprisingly adaptable, especially to arid sites and soils.

This rugged shrub to small tree develops...

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Maureen Gilmer

(New Zealand Tea Tree, Tea Tree)

Tiny snow white blossoms cloak this rugged evergreen shrub like a blizzard in spring. It originates from New Zealand where it grows in a wide range of areas from peaty bogs to coastal and montane regions. So, it is surprisingly adaptable, especially to arid sites and soils.

This rugged shrub develops an untamed grace when allowed to maintain its naturally irregular form. Bloom time is variable. South of the equator it blooms from spring through to summer, but in the southwestern United States...

Image of Leptospermum scoparium

Maureen Gilmer

(Tea Tree)

When in bloom, this tea tree is cool, neutral and beautiful. Its smaller size also makes it more amenable to modest to small urban landscapes. It originates from New Zealand where it grows in a wide range of areas from peaty bogs to coastal and montane regions. So, it is surprisingly adaptable, especially to arid sites and soils.

This rugged compact shrub develops an untamed grace when allowed to maintain its rounded, somewhat irregular form. Bloom time is variable. South of the equator it...

(Tea Tree)

The tea trees in variety incanum originate from regions of northern New Zealand and are naturally pink-flowered while reportedly being a bit taller than average. Few drought resistant shrubs can rival the color of a tea tree in full bloom. This large evergreen shrub or small tree has small, dense, needle-like leaves and many thumbnail-sized blossoms.It originates from New Zealand where it grows in a wide range of areas from peaty bogs to coastal and montane regions. So, it is surprisingly...

(Barometerbush, Brewster County Barometerbush, Silverleaf, Violet Silverleaf)

No other shrub performs with such flair and color in the brutal low deserts of the American Southwest. It’s not surprising because this is a native of west Texas and northern Mexico where it thrives on limestone cliffs and stony soils at middle elevations of the foothills. Bearing the typically silvery gray colored foliage of most desert shrubs, this species has proven to be one of the most garden worthy.

This dense evergreen is a very heavy bloomer, bursting into intense violet flowers in...

(Barometerbush)

Tough, resilient and now more prolific blooming, this improved Southwestern shrub brings silver foliage and violet blossoms to dry desert gardens. This variety was developed by Texas A & M University from a sturdy shrub native to west Texas and northern Mexico. The typically gray colored foliage takes on a more silvery appearance that is fabulous under moonlight. These shrubs demand excellent drainage because they originate on arid limestone cliffs and stony foothill soils.

This dense evergreen...

(Barometerbush)

This smaller more versatile variety expands where these fabulous desert shrubs can be used without crowding or shearing. It was developed by Texas A & M University from a sturdy shrub native to west Texas and northern Mexico. It resembles its kin except for scale and a much longer, nearly continuous season of bloom. This shrub demands excellent drainage because it originates on arid limestone cliffs and stony foothill soils.

Now much heavier blooming, this intensely colored violet flowered...

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Felder Rushing

(Cenizo, Texas Barometerbush, Texas Silverleaf)

This is one of the most beautiful and resilient shrubs for arid climates. Its bright blooms are purple-pink and glow against its fine, felty, silver leaves. Texas barometerbush is a native of New Mexico, Texas and Mexico and is named for its ability to quickly respond to precipitation. Rain or soil moisture quickly triggers flowering, so the plants act as living barometers.

This evergreen shrub has fine, oval leaves that densely line the stems. They are soft and silvery gray. From summer through...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Cenizo, Compact Texas Silverleaf, Texas Silverleaf)

This is likely the oldest Texas barometerbush variety in cultivation, but it remains the most popular due to its smaller, more versatile size. In all other respects it retains the same look as the parent species.

This is one of the most beautiful and resilient shrubs for arid climates. Its bright blooms are purple-pink and glow against its fine, felty, silver leaves. Texas barometerbush originates from New Mexico, Texas and Mexico and is named for its ability to quickly respond to precipitation....

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Grandiflora

(Cenizo, Green Cloud Texas Silverleaf, Texas Silverleaf)

The widely planted 'Green Cloud' has relatively large, deep green leaves unlike the standard Texas barometerbush, which has smaller silvery leaves. It is robust, fast-growing and offers lots of pretty rosy pink flowers.

This is one of the most beautiful and resilient shrubs for arid climates. Texas barometerbush originates from New Mexico, Texas and Mexico and is named for its ability to quickly respond to precipitation. Rain or soil moisture quickly triggers flowering, so the plants act as...