EREMOPHILA

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EREMOPHILA Glabra - Grey Horizon

A prostrate shrub 0.3–10’ in height. The leaves are arranged alternately, sometimes crowded, other times sparse, usually lance-shaped but they may also be linear to egg-shaped.

The flowers are red, orange, yellow or yellowish green, lack spots and are arranged singly or in pairs in the leaf axils.

EREMOPHILA Decipiens - Slender Fushia Emu

The slender fuchsia is a showy desert plant.

  • This short evergreen shrub has upright branches and vibrant scarlet tubular flowers in winter.

  • It tolerates intense heat, drought, wind and light freezes.

  • Hummingbirds will frequent the blossoms.

  • Slender fuchsia can be grown in hot, dry soils in full sun and requires no irrigation once it’s established.

EREMOPHILA Brevifolia - Outback Valentine ™

Upright small/medium shrub, 8’Hx 6'W.

  • Profuse cerise pink flowers in late winter into spring. 

  • Hummingbird attractive. Soft dark green leaves.

  • Hardy desert bush.

  • Neat plant by pools.

  • Drought and frost tolerant.

  • Responds well to pruning after flowering.  

EREMOPHILA Glabra - Fire and Ice™

Produces bright red/orange flowers winter to summer.

  • Striking silver-grey foliage all year. Great for hummingbird landscape design areas.

  • Plant as a color accent specimen in and around trees and shrubs, also in patio garden planters.

  • Prefers full sun. 

EREMOPHILA Prostrata - Outback Sunrise™

Deep green foliage contrasts beautifully with bright yellow trumpet like flowers throughout spring and summer. Hummingbird attractive. Full sun; salt, drought and cold tolerant.