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Winter Blooming Plants

Gardening in Tucson, Phoenix

Arizona and California

Winter Blooming Plants

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FOOD PLANTS
Culinary Herbs
Fruit, Berries, Nuts
Peppers, Chilies
Strawberries
Tomatoes
Vegetable Calendar Zone 9

ORNAMENTALS
Grasses
Ground Cover
Perennials
Shrubs
Succulents
Trees and Palms
Vines

SPECIALTY GARDENS
Butterfly Garden
Erosion Control
Fragrance Garden
Hedges, Barriers, Screens
Hummingbird Garden
Long Blooming
Winter-Blooming

GARDENING TIPS
Dealing with Critters
Digging Holes for Plants
Fruit: Selection, Cultivation
Garden Bed: Sterilizing
Landscaping
Microclimates
Plant Placement
Selecting Plants
Soil Prep for Vegetables
USDA Hardiness Zones
Planting, Watering, Shrubs, Trees

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MEETINGS
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Eremophila
maculata:
Spotted Emu Bush

HERBACEOUS PERENNIALS

Baileya multiradiata: Desert Marigold
Bright yellow flowers.

Eschscholzia californica: California Poppy
Orange-yellow flowers 2" wide.

Gaura lindheimeri: Gaura
Oddly shaped white to pink flowers on long, thin stalks.

Gazania rigens: Gazania
Large flowers in vivid colors, including yellow and orange.

Glandularia gooddingii: Southwestern Mock Vervain
Hemispherical clusters of purple to pink flowers.

Melampodium leucanthum: Black Foot Daisy
Honey-scented, white flowers with yellow eyes.

Penstemon eatonii: Firecracker Penstemon
Bright red, tubular flowers arrayed on stalks.

Penstemon parryi: Parry's Penstemon
Dark pink to magenta, tubular flowers, with flared lobes.

Salvia coccinea: Scarlet Sage
Bright red flowers.

Sphaeralcea ambigua: Desert Globemallow
Cup shaped flowers in orange, red, pink or white.

Tetraneuris acaulis: Angelita Daisy
Yellow daisy-like flowers.

Thymophylla pentachaeta: Golden Dyssodia
Yellow, daisy-like flowers.

SUCCULENTS

Bulbine frutescens: Bulbine
Yellow flowered varieties bloom in winter.

Cephalophyllum alstonii: 'Red Spike' Ice Plant
Red to magenta flowers.

Hesperaloe parviflora: Red Yucca
Narrow leaves and reddish tubular flowers.

TREES

Acacia farnesiana: Sweet Acacia
Sweetly fragrant, golden yellow, puffball flowers.

Cercis canadensis var. mexicana: Mexican Redbud
Pink flowers and heart shaped leaves.

Sophora secundiflora: Texas Mountain Laurel
Fragrant violet-blue flowers in drooping clusters.

VINES

Bougainvillea: Bougainvillea
Cascades of bracts in many colors.

Eremophila maculata: Spotted Emu Bush
Eremophila maculata: Spotted Emu Bush

SHRUBS

Berberis: Barberry
Fragrant, yellow flowers and holly-like leaves.

Calliandra californica: Baja Fairy Duster
Red dust broom flowers.

Calliandra eriophylla: Fairyduster
Pink, powder-puff flowers.

Dalea frutescens: Black Dalea
Rose-purple flowers in short spikes.

Dalea pulchra: Indigo Bush
Purple flowers in clusters.

Encelia farinosa: Brittlebush
Yellow flowers and sliver, blue-green leaves.

Eremophila glabra: Emu Bush
Red tubular flowers.

Eremophila hygrophana: Blue Bells / Blue Emu Bush
Blue tubular flowers.

Eremophila maculata: Spotted Emu Bush
Tubular flowers in red and other colors.

Justicia californica: Chuparosa
Reddish tubular flowers and blue-green, succulent-like stems.

Justicia spicigera: Mexican honeysuckle
Clusters of orange, tubular flowers.

Lantana camara: Lantana
Rounded clusters of small, multi-colored flowers.

Lantana montevidensis: Trailing Lantana
Rounded clusters of small purple flowers.

Rosmarinus officinalis: Rosemary
Small, clustered, pale blue flowers and culinary leaves.

Ruellia peninsularis: Desert Ruellia
Blue or purple trumpet-shaped flowers.

Salvia coccinea: Scarlet Sage
Bright red flowers.

Salvia farinacea: Mealycup Sage
White and blue flowers.

Salvia greggii: Autumn Sage
Brightly colored flowers in many shades of red.

Salvia x jamensis: Salvia 'Hot Lips'
Red and white flowers.

Senna artemisioides: Silver Senna
Profuse, clustered, yellow flowers.

Tecoma capensis: Cape Honeysuckle
Orange trumpet flowers in clusters.


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