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James' buckwheat Eriogonum jamesii.

Poisonous Plant Fragrant Flowering Plant For Sale In New Mexico. Fortune Rhododendron Rhododendron fortunei, bouncing bet, soapwort, bouncingbet saponaria officinalis and Sweet Autumn Clematis Clematis paniculata. Fragrant Flowering Plant Flowering Tree For Sale In New Mexico. Chinese Willow Leaf Magnolia, Hope of Spring Magnolia, Biond's Magnolia Magnolia biondii, sawtooth stewartia stewartia serrata and Flame Amur Maple ACER tataricum ginnala Flame - ACER ginnala Flame.

Small to Large shrub: Evergreen with light, fine-textured stems and leaves reminiscent of bamboo. New growth pink to bronze turning light green. In fall and winter it can change to reds and purple. Sprays of creamy white flowers in late spring can produce red berries (requires two plants).

Prefers rich soil and some shade from hottest sun. 5 Medium. New Mexico Privet is a deciduous shrub to 20 ft. with delicate leaves turning yellow in fall. Pruning creates an open, airy tree form; if left to sprout at the base, it fills out for dense screening that can be hedged to any height. Pest resistant. Tiny yellow flowers bloom before leaves emerge. Plants For The Southwest.

Lesser indian paintbrush Castilleja minor.

High Country Gardens specializes in Southwest plants. Our plants for the Southwest have been garden-tested in Santa Fe, NM and are well-suited for the alkaline soils, drying winds, hot summers and freezing winters of New Mexico, Arizona, West Texas and Southern Californa. Sweetly fragrant, Abronia fragrans (Fragrant Sand Verbena) is an upright or sprawling herbaceous perennial adorned with showy snowballs, 3 in.

across (7 cm), packed with funnel-shaped flowers. Blooming from spring through early fall, the vanilla scented flowers are usually white, but are sometimes green, lavender or pink.

Wildflowers of New Mexico - details of over of the commonest species, from the high desert, the Rocky Mountains, the far south and the eastern plains - directory, photographs and descriptions. Fall-Blooming Bulbs Just as the garden is winding down for the season, a small group of fall-planted bulbs surprises us by blooming in autumn, rather than with the Daffodils or Tulips.

For most, the foliage appears in the spring, then the bulbs go dormant until the bright flowers emerge in fall. Pinching back will also delay flowering. New England Asters are becoming more popular in fall gardens as this tall plant features masses of daisy-like flowers (to 2" across) which bloom for 6 weeks or longer in late summer (September-October).

Provides color and contrast to the fall perennial border front. Mass or plant.