Tender perennials with narrow, tubular, two-lipped blossoms. Where stems are not killed to ground by frost, shear to about 6 in. high in late winter.Dicliptera resupinata
Native to washes and rocky slopes from southeastern Arizona and southwestern New Mexico into Mexico. Open, sparse growth to 2 ft. high, 2–3 ft. wide. Elongatedheart-shaped leaves are darkgreen, with an attractive purplishcast in cool weather. Slender, rosy purple, 3/4-in.-long flowers from late spring to fall. Sometimes reseeds but is not invasive. Little or no water.
Native to Uruguay. Woody-based perennial 2 ft. high, 1 1/2 ft. wide, with grayish green, softly downy leaves. Summertime clusters of bright orange-red, 1 1/2-in.-long flowers attract hummingbirds. Moderate to regular water.
Curious rather than beautiful relatives of calla (Zantedeschia), attractive both to children ...
Portland roses were the first hybrids between China roses (mostly ‘Slater‘s Crimson China&lsquo
From China, Japan. Showy, billowy, graceful bridal wreath species 3–6 ft. or taller, 6 ft. wide,...