Landscape Plants for the Arizona Desert

Arizona Municipal Water Users Association
18 Plants Found
Blue Euphorbia
Blue Euphorbia
Bush Morning Glory
Bush Morning Glory
Creeping Germander
Creeping Germander
Damianita
Damianita
Gray Ice Plant
Gray Ice Plant
Katie Ruellia
Katie Ruellia
Lantana
Lantana
Myoporum
Myoporum
Red Spike Ice Plant
Red Spike Ice Plant
Saltillo Primrose
Saltillo Primrose
Trailing Acacia
Trailing Acacia
Trailing Dalea
Trailing Dalea
Trailing Desert Broom
Trailing Desert Broom
Trailing Gazania
Trailing Gazania
Trailing Lantana
Trailing Lantana
Trailing Rosemary
Trailing Rosemary
Tufted Evening Primrose
Tufted Evening Primrose
Yellow Dot
Yellow Dot
18 Plants Found

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Ground Covers

Groundcovers can enliven an area by carpeting bare soil or large expanses of granite with color and texture. From a design sense, they help unify and blend separate elements of the landscape. Regarded as problem solvers, groundcovers' many uses include stabilizing soil, minimizing dust, shading and cooling bare surfaces, and creating visual interest. They also soften hardscape features, such as low walls, walkways, and patio areas.

Groundcovers grow from a few inches to a few feet high, and some can spread several feet wide. Select them with mature size, especially spread, in mind. Avoid planting them too close to walkways or other plants to prevent the need for frequent trimming or pruning.