Plants for hot dry conditions Every landscape needs a plant with slightly of rambunctious zing. Purple poppy mallow (Callirhoe involucrata), with its lengthy, trailing stems & summerlong show of flowers, is gorgeous as a unmarried specimen plant, used en masse as a floor duvet or planted all through the landscape as a unifying component. This native perennial can adapt to a wide range of rising prerequisites but is a standout performer in the ones difficult spots that are sunny, scorching & dry. Give a dry & sunny garden a jolt of violet-purple color summer to fall & watch bees & butterflies flock to the nectar.
December 29, 2017 Phineas St.Clair-Holmes.
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