Dark green foliage
Hardy desert bush.
Neat plant by pools.
Prunes well after Flowering.
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.
A compact low growing shrub with narrow shiny grey-green leaves and tubular orange/yellow flowers during spring summer and fall.
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.
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.