Bushy dark green leaves. Bright yellow flower clusters spring-summer. Even though it’s extremely frost tender, it grows so quickly that it can be treated as an annual in colder zones.
Small to medium spreading mallee. Very attractive, unique specimen plant. smooth bark; rounded, silver/blue leaves crowded along branches, often used by florists.
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 rounded shrub 4'x4'. Narrow shiny green leaves and spotted long yellow tubular flowers winter and spring.
A compact low growing shrub with narrow shiny grey-green leaves and tubular orange/yellow flowers during spring summer and fall.
A fine blade and compact habit have made this the most widely used Lomandra selection in the world. This plant has the look and feel of an ornamental grass, with bright, pine-green foliage
Attractive bush grows 6'-8' tall x 6' wide.
Hardy xeriscape specimen, bluish green phyllodes are almost triangular, featuring red tips.
Bright yellow globular flower heads produced in racemes during spring.
Open branched habit.
Feature plant useful backgrounds screen.
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.
Small to medium shrub, 3-6’. Silvery green foliage. Bright yellow flowers most of the year. Eye catching; adaptable shrub for dry regions
Bushy dark green leaves.
Bright yellow flower clusters spring-summer.
Wiry branches; rounded form.
Deep green foliage contrasts beautifully with bright yellow trumpet like flowers throughout spring and summer. Hummingbird attractive. Full sun; salt, drought and cold tolerant.
Compact medium shrub, 4’x 4’. Profuse winter/ spring flowers, buds start yellow, deepen to orange, and eventually mature to pink and purple.
Small to medium upright shrub, fine needle foliage, massed pale lemon brushes in summer.
The only Alpine bottle-brush.
Quick growing specimen producing yellow flowers thru winter.
Humming bird attracting.
Useful in small gardens.
Grey foliage used by florist.
Attractive drought tolerant tree. 30' excellent residential flowering specimen producing frosted white flower buds and large clusters of cascading brilliant yellow flowers. Desert Botanical Garden has been developing this hardy specimen tree since early 1980's. Weeping grey foliage.
Quick growing with compact habit, growing to 25' high and 12' wide. Lush shiny, long green leaves, full, dense foliage. Attractive bright red caps pop open to bright yellow flower clusters in mid-summer.
Attractively slender, evergreen tree to 30'+ in sun belt zones. High open branching habit, skin-like white trunk, appearing ghost-like at night.
Medium sized woodland tree from Northern Victoria.
Long, grey-green pendulous branches.
Spear shaped leaves.
Quick to establish producing abundant pink flower clusters.
Shrub or small tree with reddish brown bark. Thin light green foliage.
Golden ball shaped flowers in spring. Great patio tree.
Hardy, small pendulous tree that is quick growing. Pale green, slender leaves.
Globular pale yellow flower racemes.
Attractive windbreak; frost tolerant, xeriscape shade tree.
Quick to establish, low growing shrub. Dark green, flat leaves.
Brilliant golden-yellow flower balls in spring; distinctive vanilla like scent.