Gardening in Tucson, Phoenix, and the Desert Southwest



PLANTS
Butterfly Garden
Erosion Control
Fruit, Berries, Nuts
Grasses
Ground Cover
Hummingbird Garden
Long- and/or Winter-Blooming
Peppers, Chilies
Perennials
Plant List
Shrubs
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Trees
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Wildflowers

GARDENING TIPS
Dealing with Critters
Digging Holes for Plants
Fruit: Selection, Cultivation
Garden Bed: Sterilizing
Gardening Schedule Zone 9b
Gardening Schedule Zone 8b
GM / Organic Foods
Landscaping Desert Gardens
Microclimates
Mulching
Oracle: Weather, Wildflowers
Plant Placement
Selecting Plants
Seeds: Planting
Soil Preparation
USDA Hardiness Zones
Trees: Planting and Watering
Tree Schedule Zone 8b
Watering Shrubs and Perennials

NURSERIES / SUPPLIES
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Perennial Vines for the Desert Southwest

Antigonon leptopus: Coral Vine / Queen Anne's Wreath
Clusters of small white, pink or red flowers.

Bougainvillea: Bougainvillea
A cascading or climbing vine with colorful bracts.

Callaeum macropterum: Hillyhock / Yellow Orchid Vine
Clustered yellow flowers followed by papery seed pods.

Campsis radicans: Trumpet Creeper
Yellow-orange to red trumpet-shaped flowers. Attracts hummingbirds.

Clematis ligusticifolia: Western White Clematis
Female plants develop feathery white plumes in fall.

Hardenbergia violacea: Coral-pea / Lilac Vine
Purple, pink or white pea-family flowers, in elongated clusters.

Lonicera japonica: Japanese Honeysuckle / Hall's Honeysuckle
Fragrant white flowers, aging to light yellow. Attracts butterflies, hummingbirds and birds.

Macfadyena unguis-cati: Catclawvine
Yellow trumpet flowers 3-4" wide. Drought tolerant.

Rosa banksiae: Lady Banks' Rose
Large clusters of white or yellow flowers.


Antigonon leptopus: Coral Vine
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