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Hymenoxys acaulis

Hymenoxys acaulis

potentilla

potentilla

The large, cheerful yellow daisies of Hymenoxys acaulis v. ivesiana (Western Sundancer Daisy), a  Colorado native wildflower, appear in late spring and again later in the summer with the summer rains.

The large, cheerful yellow daisies of Hymenoxys acaulis v. ivesiana (Western Sundancer Daisy), a Colorado native wildflower, appear in late spring and again later in the summer with the summer rains.

(Common Name: Parry's Penstemon  Botanical Name:  Penstemon parryi) This can put out babies when mature.  Loves filtered sun and hummingbirds love it too.  I divide when it gets too big.

(Common Name: Parry's Penstemon Botanical Name: Penstemon parryi) This can put out babies when mature. Loves filtered sun and hummingbirds love it too. I divide when it gets too big.

Arctostaphylos uva-ursi (Kinnikinnick) great groundcover, birds like berries, it likes sun and acid soil.

Arctostaphylos uva-ursi (Kinnikinnick) great groundcover, birds like berries, it likes sun and acid soil.

Purple trailing lantana

Purple trailing lantana

The bright yellow daisies of Damianita (Chrysactinia mexicana) make a dramatic color statement in the landscape — especially when planted in masses. This Chihuahuan desert native is at home in both low- and high-desert regions of the American Southwest and will impress you with its colorful flowers that appear in spring and again in fall.

The bright yellow daisies of Damianita (Chrysactinia mexicana) make a dramatic color statement in the landscape — especially when planted in masses. This Chihuahuan desert native is at home in both low- and high-desert regions of the American Southwest and will impress you with its colorful flowers that appear in spring and again in fall.

Another 'fuss free' plant, Firecracker Penstemon (Penstemon eatoni). Hardy to zone 5.  Needs full sun and well-drained soil.

Another 'fuss free' plant, Firecracker Penstemon (Penstemon eatoni). Hardy to zone 5. Needs full sun and well-drained soil.

AZPlantLady Blog...for those of us crazy enough to garden in Southern AZ

AZPlantLady Blog...for those of us crazy enough to garden in Southern AZ

Native to arid regions of the American Southwest, this beautiful, low-maintenance perennial brings a welcome splash of color to brighten a winter landscape, continuing into spring. -- landscape by Noelle Johnson Landscape Consulting

Native to arid regions of the American Southwest, this beautiful, low-maintenance perennial brings a welcome splash of color to brighten a winter landscape, continuing into spring. -- landscape by Noelle Johnson Landscape Consulting

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