Tagetes lemmonii is a large plant that reaches up to 6 feet with a 4′ spread, with very aromatic, airy foliage and vibrant yellow daisy-like blooms.
Cuphea llavea is a bushy to mounding perennial subshrub. This perennial will flower from spring till fall and is a great attractor of hummingbirds to the garden.
Bright green hair-like leaves grows in a clump. Flowers in late summer. The foliage will turn a straw color while the flowers will fade from silver to a golden color.
Spectacular flowers that last from spring till frost. Compact growth habit and is great for attracting butterflies into the garden. Drought, salt, deer tolerant.
1995 Perennial Plant of the Year! Russian Sage has tolerance to heat and drought and also will not be eaten by deer. Russian Sage and can grow 3-4′ tall with an equal spread.