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Image of Alyogyne huegelii photo by: Maureen Gilmer

Maureen Gilmer

(Blue Hibiscus)

Blue hibiscus is an evergreen shrub native to Australia. Leaves are bright green, rough textured and irregularly lobed. The hibiscus-like flowers are glossy, mauve, lavender or blue, borne in the leaf axils at the tips of the branches throughout the year in warm climates.

Blue hibiscus grows quickly, thriving in well drained soils and full sun. If plants are well mulched, little supplemental water is required. Prune by heading back to produce a compact plant. In mild climates use as a border specimen...

Image of Alyogyne huegelii

Maureen Gilmer

(Blue Hibiscus, Purple Delight™ Blue Hibiscus)

Purple Delight Blue Hibiscus is an evergreen shrub native to Australia. The Purple Delight cultivar flowers freely throughout the growing season with single, funnel-form, royal purple flowers borne in the leaf axils at the tips of the branches throughout the year in warm climates. Leaves are bright green, rough textured and irregularly lobed.

Purple delight blue hibiscus grows quickly, thriving in well drained soils and full sun. If plants are well mulched, little supplemental water is required....

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Maureen Gilmer

(Blue Hibiscus, Santa Cruz Blue Hibiscus)

Santa Cruz blue hibiscus is an evergreen shrub native to Australia. Cultivar ‘Santa Cruz’ flowers freely throughout the growing season with single, funnel-form, mauve to pale purple flowers borne in the leaf axils at the tips of the branches throughout the year in warm climates. Leaves are bright green, rough textured and irregularly lobed.

Santa Cruz blue hibiscus grows quickly, thriving in well drained soils and full sun. If plants are well mulched, little supplemental water is required. Prune...

Image of Amelanchier alnifolia photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Saskatoon Serviceberry)

This is one of the classic small, shrubby deciduous, landscape trees with multi-seasonal beauty. Saskatoon serviceberry displays beautiful white flowers in spring, edible berries in summer and brilliant fall foliage color. Its upright to rounded shrubby shape and smooth light gray branches offer interest in winter.

Native to northwestern North America, this Amelanchier typically has many slender trunks. Its simple, oval, green leaves appear after the showy white flowers in spring. After...

Image of Amorpha canescens photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(False Indigo, Leadplant)

Grayish light green feathery leaves on leadplant are a nice foil for the dark purple flowers in late summer and early fall. A rounded shrub that is deciduous when winters are very harsh, it is native from the hills and prairies of southern Canada to the south central United States. It was given its common name when it was believed to be an indicator of soils containing lead.

The fragrant leaves are pinnately compound - looking like a feather with ten to twenty pairs of tiny grayish and fuzzy...

Image of Amorpha fruticosa photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Bastard Indigo, Desert False Indigo)

Although having lovely green foliage, the desert false indigo's habit find few gardeners in love with it. The blue-violet to indigo colored flower spikes occur in midsummer. A spreading but also upright, rather unkempt deciduous shrub, it is native to a wide expanse of the eastern United States and southcentral Canada as well as in moister canyons and steamsides in the southwest America deserts. Often considered weedy, it is a tough, durable plant.

The pleasant bright green leaves are made up...

Image of Ampelopsis photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Peppervine)

Image of Anisacanthus quadrifidus photo by: Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

(Desert Honeysuckle)

Certain to attract hummingbirds, desert honeysuckle explodes with orange-red colored blossoms from midsummer to fall. A deciduous shrub that attains an irregularly rounded shape with upright branches, it is native to the Edwards Plateau of Texas into northernmost Mexico.

The dull light to medium green leaves are small and lance-like, sometimes having a hint of white or silver on them. Beginning as early as midsummer, peaking in early autumn and waning until late autumn, the branch tips are lined...

Image of Anisacanthus quadrifidus var. wrightii photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Flame Honeysuckle, Wright's Desert Honeysuckle)

Certain to attract hummingbirds, flame honeysuckle explodes with vibrant orange colored blossoms from midummer to fall. A deciduous shrub that attains an irregularly rounded shape with upright branches, it is native to the Edwards Plateau of Texas into northermost Mexico.

The dull light to medium green leaves are small and lance-like, sometimes having a hint of white or silver on them. Beginning as early as midsummer, peaking in early autumn and waning until late autumn, the branch tips are...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Hybrid Cape Mallow, Slightly Strawberry™ Cape Mallow )

A hybrid developed as part of a breeding program in Cobbitty, New South Wales, Australia, in 2004, the Slightly Strawberry™ cape mallow freely produces bicolored lavender-pink and red blossoms. Its parentage stems from species native to South Africa. Cape mallow is an evergreen shrub or woody-stemmed perennial with an informal habit. It bears a profusion of pretty flowers from spring until frost or year round in warm climates. Deadheading isn't necessary and plants are drought-tolerant once established.

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