Fire Spinner Iceplant is a fast-growing groundcover ideal for tucking amid stones in a rock garden or placing as footlights along a pathway. It blooms in late spring and early summer. Deer won't eat it, and it's drought-tolerant. For a splashy show of color, plant it in mass. Growing Conditions: Full sun
Also known as blanket flowers, our native Gaillardia are as easy-to-grow as they are colorful. Just find a hot, sunny spot with well-drained soil and you've got a Gaillardia garden! Included in the sampler are 1 plant each of Gaillardia 'Amber Wheels', 'Arizona Apricot', 'Arizona Red Shades' and 'Arizona Sun' for a total of 4 plants. Zones 5-9.
Evening Primrose: It flourishes in poor, dry soils receiving hot sun, and thrives despite drought! Eager to reseed, it quickly establishes handsome, mounded colonies just 6 to 12 inches tall that return for years of beauty! The cup-shaped blooms are blush-pink at the petal tips, shading to pure white toward the tiny yellow center. 2 inches across, they jostle one another for position atop the low-growing plant, almost hiding the foliage. And the bloom is successive waves from earlies...
Evening Primrose Seeds Easy to grow, it reseeds freely and flourishes in drought
Jackson and Perkins
Juniper Lime Glow. A low growing evergreen good for small places and adding color. Turns a coppery bronze in fall through winter. Will look awesome with a blue juniper or spruce. Add in some dwarf nandina firepower (no more than 3 ft tall and wide) that turns and stays red through winter and you'll have a beautiful, interesting all season evergreen garden.