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Plant of the Week – Red Cereus






This Red Cereus is unique. If you Google it you won’t find any information.






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Plant of the Week – Phoenix Bird of Paradise











The “Red Bird” that blooms YELLOW.






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Plant of the Week – Star Flower











Star Flower is one of the best butterfly-attracting plants around.






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Plant of the Week – Tropical Hibiscus











An all-time favorite, Tropical Hibiscus are easy to grow and maintain, and bloom through summer and fall.






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Plant of the Week – Petite Crape Myrtle











An old time Tucson favorite now available in a petite (5′) form.






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Plant of the Week – Lynns Everblooming Ranger











Lynns Everblooming Ranger delivers a lush display of fragrant lavender blossoms and blooms more often than other selections.






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Plant of the Week – Beavertail Prickly Pear











With its beautiful bright magenta flowers and gray-green pads, the Beavertail Cactus is a great design plant.






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Plant of the Week – Firecracker Bush











With its clusters of bright red flowers and lush green leaves, the Firecracker Bush is a favorite of hummingbirds and butterflies.






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Plant of the Week – Glowing Magenta Primrose











Many of you are acquainted with Mexican Evening Primrose (Oenothera speciosa). Glowing Magenta is from the same family but blossoms open in the morning.






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Plant of the Week – Peruvian Apple Cactus











A terrific accent plant with huge flowers and beautiful red fruit, this plant is slow growing and drought tolerant.






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Plant of the Week – Salvia White Mischief











This unusual white flowering variety of Salvia leucantha (most have purple flowers) will bring out the true hues of any color with which it is paired.






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Plant of the Week – Jewel of the Desert











Jewel of the Desert Ice Plant is a breeding breakthrough, producing a carpet like mat of succulent foliage adorned with neon-colored, daisy-type flowers.






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Plant of the Week – Shrimp Plant











“Everyone should have at least one.” (Bill Harlow).






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Plant of the Week – Pipa’s Red Fringe Flower











Every garden needs plants with contrasting foliage…






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Plant of the Week – Painted Echeveria











This stunning succulent may be hard to pronounce (some say ek-e-ve’-ri-a others say ech-e-ver’-i-a) but easy to grow.






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Plant of the Week – Blue Star Fern











You’ll love this new Blue Star Fern for its beautiful, lobed, bluish-green fronds which delicately curl.






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Plant of the Week – ‘Blue Elf’ Aloe











This dwarf, mounding, long-blooming, easy care Aloe is loved by Hummingbirds.






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Plant of the Week – Roses











We receive our annual shipment of roses every January!






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Plant of the Week – Parry’s Penstemon











A real show stopper in any garden, spring-blooming Parry’s Penstemon has striking pink flowers on 3-4 foot flower stalks.






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Plant of the Week – Trumpet Flower Cactus











This hybrid combines huge flowers with brilliant colors.






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Plant of the Week – Gulf Stream Heavenly Bamboo











This striking, small, evergreen, disease resistant, frost hardy, easy care shrub provides beautiful red foliage during the winter season.






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Plant of the Week – Easter Lily Cactus











The Easter Lily Cactus is a spectacular blooming, easy care plant ideal for Tucson.






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Plant of the Week – Lavender & Rosemary Trees











Welcome family and friends to your home with the scents of Thanksgiving.






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Plant of the Week – Cape Daisy











This showy native of Africa has large sunflower-like blooms in the spring.






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Plant of the Week – Desert Rose











This unique, easy-to-grow plant may be grown indoors or out with great success.






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Plant of the Week – Gregg’s Mist Flower











From summer into fall this American native perennial is covered with clusters of lavender-blue flowers that are magnets for butterflies, especially Queens and Monarchs.






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Plant of the Week – St. Elmo’s Fire™











A favorite of hummingbirds and butterflies, St. Elmo’s Fire™






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Plant of the Week – Ponytail Palm











This water-wise succulent is popular for its unique shape.






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Plant of the Week – Timeless Beauty® Desert Willow











This unique selection is prized for its especially long flowering season, since it does not set seed.






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