Evergreen, Shrubs, Flowers
This group of plants is grown chiefly for tubular, tightly clustered flowers or, in the case of Justicia brandegeeana, for showy spikes of bracts. Blossoms of all species attract hummingbirds. Leaves are paired, opposite each other on the stems.Justicia spicigera
Evergreen. From Mexico and Central America. Grows to 3 ft. high and 4 ft. wide, with light green, smooth or velvety leaves. Few-flowered clusters of 1 1/2-in. orange or orange-red flowers appear nearly year-round, peaking in spring and fall. Full sun or partial shade. Little to regular water.
Mexican native often sold as Amaryllis formosissima. Foliage looks like that of daffodil...
Big, dramatic plant, to 5 ft. tall and 10 ft. wide, with wide, fleshy, gray-green leaves that are fine...
This low grower forms spreading clumps of blunt, thick, blue-green, spiny-edged leaves just 3 in. long...