Plants

There are a wide variety of plants that thrive in our High Desert climate. There are plenty of drought tolerant options to plant, and many others that are drought tolerant once they receive a few years of establishment. For any questions about potential plants to use please call so we can help you with accurate information about how you can successfully grow them here in the High Desert. 

Barberry
Barberry
common myrtle
Common Myrtle
Euonymus
Euonymus
White lady banks rose
Lady Banks Rose
White Oleander Flower
Oleander
Red Pyracantha Berries
Pyracantha
pink salvia
Salvia
15 gallon Texas Ranger
Texas Ranger
blue rug juniper chinensis wiltonii in landscape
Blue Rug Juniper
Watermelon colored multi trunk Crape Myrtle
Crape Myrtle
forsythia lynwood gold bush flowering
Forsythia
Lamb's Ear Groundcover
Lamb's Ear
Pineapple Guava bush tree
Pineapple Guava
Red Tipped Photinia
Red Tip Photinia
Shasta Daisy
Shasta Daisy
Waxleaf Privet Hedge
Waxleaf Privet
Boxwood shrub
Boxwood
White Daylily Flower
Daylily
Euphorbia Rigida
Gopher Spurge
Orange Lantana Flower
Lantana
Pittosporum Bush
Pittosporum
red yucca plant in flower
Red Yucca
Silverberry Bush
Silverberry
hanging purple wisteria flower
Wisteria
Deep Purple Butterfly Bush Flower
Butterfly Bush
Dwarf Japanese Juniper
Dwarf Japanese Juniper
Nandina Domestica
Heavenly Bamboo
Lavender
Lavender
Pomegranate
Pomegranate
Cream Yellow Rose
Rose
Society Garlic Flower
Society Garlic
Cotoneaster
Cotoneaster
Desert Spoon Drought tolerant xeriscaping native
Desert Spoon
Indian Hawthorn Pink Lady blooming
Indian Hawthorn
lily of the nile
Lily of the Nile
Purple Fountain Grass
Purple Fountain Grass
Tuscan Blue Rosemary Flower
Rosemary
Star Jasmine Flowers
Star Jasmine