Produces trailing stems that are often completely prostrate. Leaves are divided into leaflets. Flowers are sweet pea shaped, in shades of red to yellow. For plants with the common name "Lotus," see Nelumbo.Lotus berthelotii
Woody-based perennial native to the Canary Islands and Cape Verde Islands. To 8 to 12 in. high, with trailing, 2- to 3-ft.-long stems thickly covered with silvery gray leaves with three to five leaflets. Very narrow, 1-in., scarlet blossoms in summer. Space plants 2 ft. apart as ground cover; cut back occasionally to induce bushiness. Also very effective in hanging baskets or as cascader over wall or rocks. Dies back in cold weather; suffers root rot where drainage is poor. Not a long-lived plant in very mild climates.
Grows 20 to 30 ft. tall, 20 to 25 ft. wide, with dense, umbrellalike crown. White bark sheds in papery...
Leaves arch gracefully, drooping at the tips; they grow 4–5 ft. long, 2 1/2–3 in. wide. Mature clumps ...
This compact, colorfulcross between A. attenuata and A. ocahui grows 1–2 ft. tall an...