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(Blue Marguerite)

A native of South Africa, balpinperi pinwheel series blue marguerite is a rounded, bushy, blooming subshrub often grown as an annual. Characterized by its early bloom-time this plant provides a splash of bright color from late spring to autumn when covered in blue daisy-like flowers with bright yellow centers. It has green, oval, slightly aromatic leaves and will bloom nearly continuously if spent flowers are deadheaded. Tolerant of poor soils, balpinperi pinwheel series blue marguerite is a highly...

Image of Felicia amelloides

Jesse Saylor

A native of South Africa, the pinwheel periwinkle series blue marguerite is a rounded, bushy, blooming subshrub often grown as an annual. This plant provides a splash of pastel color from summer to autumn when covered in periwinkle daisy-like flowers with bright yellow centers. It has green, oval, slightly aromatic leaves and will bloom nearly continuously if spent flowers are deadheaded. Tolerant of poor soils, pinwheel series blue marguerite is a highly versatile annual that performs well in containers,...

(Blue Marguerite, San Gabriel Blue Marguerite)

A native of South Africa, san gabriel blue marguerite is a rounded, bushy, blooming subshrub often grown as an annual. This plant provides a splash of intense color from summer to autumn when covered in light to deep blue daisy-like flowers with bright yellow centers. It has green, oval, slightly aromatic leaves and will bloom nearly continuously if spent flowers are deadheaded. Tolerant of poor soils, san gabriel blue marguerite is a highly versatile annual that performs well in containers, rock...

(Blue Marguerite)

A native of South Africa, the pinwheel periwinkle series blue marguerite is a rounded, bushy, blooming subshrub often grown as an annual. This plant provides a splash of pastel color from summer to autumn when covered in periwinkle daisy-like flowers with bright yellow centers. It has green, oval, slightly aromatic leaves and will bloom nearly continuously if spent flowers are deadheaded. Tolerant of poor soils, pinwheel series blue marguerite is a highly versatile annual that performs well in containers,...

Image of Ferocactus photo by: Maureen Gilmer

Maureen Gilmer

(Barrel Cactus)

Genus Ferocactus contains the primary desert barrel cactus of the North American deserts. It contains 29 species which are either round or columnar in shape. Its range spans most of the arid regions of the American Southwest, dipping down into northern and central Mexico. They are also common in the Baja California peninsula where conditions are extremely arid.

The genus is named from the Latin, ferox, which means wild or fierce. Recent DNA testing has linked this genus...

Image of Ferocactus cylindraceus ssp. cylindraceus photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Barrel Cactus , California Fire Barrel Cactus)

The desert barrel cactus is so densely covered in small and large spines on its vertical ribs that you'd never know the underlying green stem-trunk is photosynthesizing sunlight. This slow-growing, upright, succulent evergreen perennial occurs on gravelly or sandy soil across the American Desert Southwest and into Mexico's Sonora and Baja California. This species is often misleadingly and erroneously called the compass barrel cactus, as it's confused with another species from this same region.

The...

Image of Ferocactus emoryi photo by: Mark A. Miller

Mark A. Miller

(Colville's Barrel Cactus, Emory's Barrel Cactus)

Known as Colville's or Emory's barrel cactus, this spined, succulent evergreen perennial occurs on gravelly or sandy soil in Sonoran Desert scrublands: across southwestern Arizona and the northern Mexican state of Sonora. It slowly develops into a rounded or cylindrical "barrel" with numerous ribs lined with clusters of fearsome spines. Mature plants typically reach thigh height, but up to shoulder height isn't out of the question over many decades. The long, stiff spines are usually a shade of gray,...

Image of Ferocactus glaucescens photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Blue Barrel Cactus, Glaucous Barrel Cactus)

The blue barrel cactus develops into a globe-shaped mass with tidy, star-like clusters of long spines. Rather than its succulent stem being green, it has a powdery gray (glaucous) film, making it look bluish. This slow-growing, succulent evergreen perennial is native to east-central Mexico, especially across the state of Hidalgo. With time, basal suckers (new plants) emerge from the base, eventually creating a mounding colony of round cacti.

This cactus has 11 to 15 vertical ribs. On the ridge...

Image of Ferocactus rectispinus photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Long-spined Barrel Cactus, Straight Spine Barrel)

One of the showiest barrel cacti, this species long and colorful spines are wickedly intimidating but beautiful. The long-spined barrel cactus is a slow-growing, succulent evergreen perennial that's native to the coastal cliffs in Mexico's Baja California. When young, it is globe-shaped, but will become a stout cylinder after many decades (as tall as an adult man). Some botanists regard it as a subspecies of Emory's barrel cactus (Ferocactus emoryi).

This cactus has 15 to 21 vertical...

Image of Ficus benjamina photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Weeping Fig)

Weeping fig is a very large evergreen tree native to the tropical areas of India, Asia, Australia, and Malaysia. It is typically grown as a large tree, shrub or houseplant. The inconspicuous flowers bloom in spring and are followed by small fruit that may be orange, pink, or red. A very small, non-stinging wasp is required for pollination and fertile fruit. The simple dark green leaves are glossy and attractive.

Planted in warm, frost-free climates the weeping fig becomes a huge tree with invasive...