In honor of Greek Independence Day, March 25, I decided to write about Greek plants that do well here in the arid Southwest. First there are common food and herb
Every winter season, SWG’s Noelle Johnson awaits the appearance of the first flowers of her penstemon. As early as November, her firecracker penstemon begins to bloom in her low-desert garden.
The arrival of spring is heralded by the cupped blooms of globe mallow throughout the arid regions of the Southwest. Native to the Southwest, this extremely drought-tolerant plant easily handles