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Plant of the Week – ZZ Plant






The perfect plant for the ultimate brown thumb!






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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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Plant of the Week – Tecoma Hybrids











Showy shrubs with colorful 2” long trumpet-shaped flowers






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Plant of the Week – Dwarf Red Firecracker Bush











Continuous clusters of bright red flowers summer through fall.






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Plant of the Week – Desert Rose











Perfect for most any plant lover






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Plant of the Week – Mexican Fire™











This outstanding desert-adapted shrub is easy-to-grow.






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Plant of the Week – Money Tree











This intriguing and fun plant, which has its origins in Asia, is thought to bring good fortune and luck to any home in which it resides.






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Plant of the Week – Penstemon Diablo











Why you might like this plant…






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Plant of the Week – St. Elmo’s Fire™











A favorite of hummingbirds and butterflies,






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Plant of the Week – Gold Star Tecoma











Tecoma stans ‘Gold Star’, blooms early and often.






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Plant of the Week – Coleus











Coleus may be one of the most under appreciated and under utilized plants for summer and fall gardens.






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Plant of the Week – Plumetastic™ Pink Muhly Grass











We’ve never been a great fan of “grasses”






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Plant of the Week – Tucson Sun Sundrops











This Arizona Native is tough, durable, and easy-to-grow.






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Plant of the Week – Black Dalea











A rare late fall bloomer, Black Dalea is an indispensable plant for desert xeriscapes.






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Plant of the Week – Ballerina Indian Hawthorn











Looking for a more lush landscape? Ballerina may be the answer.






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Plant of the Week – Butterfly Bush











Buzz™ Buddleia Butterfly Bush is a relatively new dwarf hybrid that grows only one-third the size (3-5’) of its parent (10-15’).






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Plant of the Week – Blue Beaked Yucca











This beautiful tree-like xeriscape plant is a striking addition to any landscape.






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Plant of the Week – Pincushion Cactus











Generally just inches high, they are small, globular, and thickly covered with spines.






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Plant of the Week – Texas Mountain Laurel











Known for its stunning, wisteria-like, violet-blue flowers,






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Plant of the Week – Candelilla











Looking for a low-growing, tough, heat tolerant, cold hardy accent plant? This may be the prefect choice.






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Plant of the Week – Pincushion Flower











This delightful plant has a dwarf habit and a long bloom period.






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Plant of the Week – Forest Lily











If you are looking for something to spark conversation with your gardening friends, this may be the answer.






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Plant of the Week – Flamingo Flower











The plant that bloomed continuously for 570 days!






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Plant of the Week – Kalanchoe Flapjack











Stunning succulent with beautiful red-rimmed leaves.






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Plant of the Week – Poinsettias











The most favored Christmas flower continues to be the Red Poinsettia.






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Plant of the Week – Trailing Pansies











They’re like Pansies on steroids!






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Plant of the Week – Mediterranean Carpet











This rabbit and deer resistant native of the Mediterranean is fairly new to the market.






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Plant of the Week – Mammoth Yellow Blotch Pansies











Year after year the Yellow Blotch pansy outsells all others.






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Plant of the Week – Mona Lavender











Love purple? Then ‘Mona Lavender’ is the house or patio plant for you.






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Plant of the Week – Artichoke Agave











One of most useful cacti in the home landscape.






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Plant of the Week – Woolly Butterfly Bush











Orange, marble-sized blossoms occur throughout the year on this Chihuahuan Desert native.






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