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Image of Kalanchoe thyrsiflora photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Desert Cabbage, Paddleplant)

The layered pancake-shaped leaves of this stunning graphic succulent have made it one of the most coveted choices for container gardens indoors and out. Its impressive fleshy foliage is soft blue-green in color with irregular edges of orange-purple-red. A native of the Cape region of South Africa, paddleplant thrives in the moist maritime air during the long, dry season. Like all succulents, it requires fast-draining, porous soil.

While technically a perennial, the plant can be short-lived....

Image of Kalanchoe thyrsiflora (COPPER HAZE™) PPAF photo by: Maureen Gilmer

Maureen Gilmer

(Desert Cabbage, Paddleplant)

The layered pancake-shaped leaves of this stunning graphic succulent have made it one of the most coveted choices for container gardens indoors and out. Its impressive fleshy foliage is soft blue-green in color with irregular edges of orange-purple-red. A native of the Cape region of South Africa, paddleplant thrives in the moist maritime air during the long, dry season. Like all succulents, it requires fast-draining, porous soil.

While technically a perennial, the plant can be short-lived....

Image of Kalanchoe tomentosa photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Panda Plant)

Affectionately known as bunny ears after the shape of the soft fuzzy gray leaves, this popular succulent is easy to grow and quite resilient both in ground and in containers. This is a very unique species native to the island of Madagascar where the succulent plants evolved pubescence or fine hairs to protect against sunburn. There plants must tolerate high heat and long periods of drought to survive, making this an ideal low desert garden plant for unique foliage interest. It is low growing, branching...

Image of Kopsia arborea photo by: Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

(Penang Sloe, White Kopsia)

Rich dark green leaves and sporadic clusters of fragrant, star-shaped, white flowers during the warm months are highlights of the Penang sloe. This tropical evergreen tree is native to mountain forests from southern China to northern Australia. It eventually attains a bushy, conical habit with lower limbs that droop slightly.

The leaves are deep green and glossy with a hint of blue. Leaves occur in pairs and are tapered and lance-shaped. Break a twig or leaf and expect lots of milky sap to...

Image of Lablab purpureus photo by: Felder Rushing

Felder Rushing

(Hyacinth Bean)

What an outstanding ornamental vine for heat! Hyacinth bean is a long, vigorous, twining vine with brilliant purple stems, greenish purple trifoliate (three-parted) leaves and clusters of rosy purple, pea-like flowers. It will bloom from summer to fall, as long as temperatures stay warm, and is very drought tolerant. Where native in Sub-Saharan Africa, it survives as a short-lived perennial but most gardeners grow it as an annual.

In just a single season, hyacinth bean can grow up to 20 feet...

Image of Lagerstroemia speciosa photo by: Carol Cloud Bailey

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Pride-of-India)

Queen's crapemyrtle is a large semi-deciduous tree with rich green leaves and, off and on across the warm season, produces showy clusters of violet-pink or pink blossoms. This variable species from southern China and Southeast Asia can also flower in shades of nearly white and pale pink. Its foliage emerges with a reddish tint and unfurls into large, long green leaves with prominent veins. The mature form of this tree is broad and rounded, but can be very open in places. The bark is light brown and...

(Orange Ice Plant)

With a carpet of fleshy, gray-green leaves, trailing ice plant becomes splendidly colorful with many daisy-like blossoms from late winter to spring. A tender perennial with a spreading habit and upright stems, it is a succulent native to the Cape Provinces of South Africa, being tolerant of light frosts. The small, juicy, and wax-like, tubular leaves are green that are both phantom-spotted and tipped in gray. Starting in midwinter and continuing into the spring the many orange flowers open to attract...

(Purple Ice Plant)

With a carpet of fleshy, blue-gray leaves, purple ice plant becomes splendidly colorful with many daisy-like violet-purple blossoms from early winter to spring. A tender perennial with a sprawling habit, it is a succulent native to the Cape Provinces of South Africa, being tolerant of light frosts. The juicy and wax-like leaves are grayish green to bluish green and look like small baby's fingers with occasional bronzed tips and stems. In early winter a profuse, foliage-masking display of flowers...

Image of Lampranthus spectabilis photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Trailing Ice Plant)

With a carpet of fleshy, gray-green leaves, trailing ice plant becomes splendidly colorful with many daisy-like blossoms from late winter to spring. A tender perennial with a sprawling habit, it is a succulent native to the Cape Provinces of South Africa, being tolerant of light frosts. The juicy, and wax-like, three-sides leaves are grayish green and look like small baby's fingers. The spreading youngest stems are often a reddish color and add to the visual interest, especially in late winter as...

Image of Lantana

Maureen Gilmer

(Lantana, Tangerine™ Spreading Lantana)

Lantana ‘Mone’, commonly known as Tangerine™ Lantana, is an everblooming, evergreen tropical shrub that is grown as a tender perennial in temperate zones. This hybrid is grown for its numerous rounded clusters of small, tubular flowers of red, yellow and orange. These are multicolored because their individual flowers open at different times and change color as they age. The plants have dark green leaves, a dense branching habit, and an abundance of flowers. Tangerine™ is a spreading type,...