Common name: Weber Agave
Botanical name: Agave weberi 'Arizona Star'
This is a striking medium-sized Agave that can grow to 5' tall by 6'-10' wide. This agave has yellow edges with a gray green center. Supplemental summer watering can prevent yellowing from heat stress in the summer. These plants are also moderately cold hardy and tolerant of temperatures down to 12 degrees F. It is more refined looking than americana. It is native in central Eastern Mexico. It is one of the largest of the Agaves.
Common name: Torch Lily
Botanical name: Kniphofia hybrids
This perennial will grow to about 6' tall and has large green leaves with red, orange, and yellow flowers that bloom in spring, summer, and fall.
Common name: Sago-Palm
Botanical name: Cycas revoluta
Sago Palm resembles small palms; it is evergreen. It can slowly grow to 10'. It is used for a tropical effect and also looks great in planters. In the low desert, light shade and additional moisture are best. Side sprouts can form multi-trunked individuals. Apply fertilizer at leaf expansion. This plant has few pests.
Common name: Coppertone Sedum
Botanical name: Sedum 'Coppertone'
Amber golden fleshy succulent foliage grows horizontally. This foliage display can be seen from a distance.
Common name: Pygmy Date Palm, Roebelin Palm
Botanical name: Phoenix roebelenii
This tree will grow to about 10' tall and has dark green, spiny petiole foliage. It does well in full sun to heavy shade; it likes moderate to heavy irrigation, but can take periods of dryness.
Common name: Small Cape Rush
Botanical name: Chondropetalum tectorum
Chondropetalum tectorum has 3'-4' tall stems that shoot out in all directions from the roots. Each stem has papery bracts connected to the ends that turn from tan to dark drown, then fall off. Chondropetalum can grow in marshes, in the ground with regular watering, or in drought conditions.
Common name: Kleinia
Botanical name: Senecio mandraliscae
This succulent perennial will grow to about 1.5' tall and 2' wide. It has curved, bluish gray leaves that are about 3.5" long and very slender.
Common name: Huachuca Agave
Botanical name: Agave parryi v. huachucensis
This Agave grows slowly to 2' by 2'. It is lump forming with dense rosettes. It has short gray leaves with dark thorns on the margins. This is the largest of the subspecies of parryi with leaves 2' long. It is native to parts of AZ and is more robust, with larger leaves and broader panicles and larger flowers than the species. It is primarily found in oak and pine woodlands.
|Designer: Gabriel Frank||
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