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    Arizona Yellow Bells

    Tecoma stans v. angustata

    Commonly called Yellow Bells, this popular shrub can reach 8 ft tall and wide.

    PP24170 Bells of Fire ™

    Tecoma stans 'PP24170 Bells of Fire ™

    PP24170 Bells of Fireâ„¢ is a recent addition to the landscape world offering abundant clusters of bright...

    Lantana

    Lantana

    Lantana are one of the most colorful plants used in warm climates.

    Little John Bottlebrush

    Callistemon citrinus 'Little John'

    The Callistemon citrinus, commonly known as 'Little John', is one of the most seen and identifiable shrubs in...

    Purple Lantana

    Lantana sellowiana

    Covers the ground quickly with a mass of beautiful lavender flowers from spring through fall. Great along...

    Blue Hibiscus

    Alyogyne huegelii

    Commonly mistaken for a true Hibiscus, these hot weather blooming shrubs are evergreen and provide beautiful...

    Mexican Bush Sage

    Salvia leucantha

    Medium sized perennial shrub blooms from late spring through fall.

    Brittle Bush

    Encilia farinosa

    This Arizona native mounding shrub prefers well drained, sandy or gravelly soil.

    Brazilian Skyflower

    Duranta repens

    Long narrow clusters of small purple flowers followed by yellow/orange berries make this a very useful plant...

    Globe Mallow

    Sphaeralcea ambigua

    Gently sprawling small shrub produces soft orange or pinkish shades of flowers in late spring

    Baja Fairy Duster

    Calliandra californica

    The Calliandra californica aka 'Baja Fairy Duster' is a fast growing, thornless, small to medium shrub.

    Pineapple Guava

    Feijoa sellowiana

    A versatile, easy to grow landscape addition, the Pineapple Guava (Feijoa sellowiana) yields edible flowers...

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