Landscape Plants for the Arizona Desert

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28 Plants Found
Angelita Daisy
Angelita Daisy
Autumn Sage
Autumn Sage
Blackfoot Daisy
Blackfoot Daisy
Canyon Penstemon
Canyon Penstemon
Chaparral Sage
Chaparral Sage
Chocolate Flower
Chocolate Flower
Coral Penstemon
Coral Penstemon
Desert Coreopsis
Desert Coreopsis
Desert Marigold
Desert Marigold
Desert Senna
Desert Senna
Desert Zinnia
Desert Zinnia
Firecracker Penstemon
Firecracker Penstemon
Gaura
Gaura
Globe Mallow
Globe Mallow
Hummingbird Trumpet
Hummingbird Trumpet
Jerusalem Sage
Jerusalem Sage
Mealy Cup Sage
Mealy Cup Sage
Mexican Bush Sage
Mexican Bush Sage
Mexican Hat
Mexican Hat
Moss Verbena
Moss Verbena
Mt. Lemmon Marigold
Mt. Lemmon Marigold
Orange Zexmenia
Orange Zexmenia
Paperflower
Paperflower
Parry's Penstemon
Parry's Penstemon
Prairie Zinnia
Prairie Zinnia
Purple Ruellia
Purple Ruellia
Rain Lily
Rain Lily
Rock Penstemon
Rock Penstemon
28 Plants Found

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Perennials

Perennials are reliable performers that add splashes of color to the landscape. Although some perennials are short-lived, lasting two to four years, they often reseed, so new plants grow to enliven the garden year after year. Others are longer-lived and become an almost permanent part of the landscape.

Many of the perennials listed here are considered to be perennial wildflowers, such as the Penstemon species, and are frequently used in combination with annual wildflowers. Others in this adaptable group of plants can be used as groundcovers, accents, borders, or even as container plants.

To keep these plants looking fresh, remove flowerheads after the bloom period and occasionally prune lightly to encourage new growth.