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Planting by Color

Planting by Color

A simple way to choose plants is by color. Create drama and interest in your garden by planting spots of your favorite color with these pollinator-friendly flowers.

golden to yellow flowers

Angelita Daisy (tetraneuris acaulis)
Chocolate Flower (berlandiera lyrata)
Desert Coreopsis (coreopsis biglovii)
Damianita (chrysactinia mexicana)
Golden Dyssodia (thymophylla pentachaeta)
Threadleaf Dyssodia (dyssodia tenuisecta)
Goldeneye Daisy (viguiera deltoides)
Saltillo Primrose (oenotheria stubbei)
Sundrops (calyophus hartweggi)
Prairie Zinnia (zinnia grandiflora)
Moonshine Yarrow
Coreopsis
Sunrose (heliantheum sp.)
Desert Marigold (thymophilia syn dyssodia)

pink flowers

Saltillo Primrose (oenothera stubbei)
Rain Lily (zephranthes species - different species and colors available)
Pincushion Flowers
Bee Balm
Guara
Bowles Mauve Wallflower (erysimum linifolium)
Palmer Penstemon (penstemon palmeri)

red to orange flowers

Texas betony (stachys coccinea)
Honeysuckle, desert (anisacanthus thurberi)
Honeysuckle, Mexican (justicia spicigera)
Hummingbird Mint (zauschneria californica)
Penstemon Red Rocks, Pineleaf, Cardinal
Mexican Bird of Paradise
Valerian
Blanket Flower
Autumn Sage (pink, purple, red)
Mexican Hat

purple flowers

Dicliptera (dicliptera resupinata)
Ruellia (ruellia species - different species in various heights)
Threadleaf Verbena (verbena tenuisecta)
Liatris Scariosa
Penstemon Rockey Mt.
Agastache
Russian Sage
Blue Mist Spirea
Larkspur
Coneflower

blue(ish) flowers

Arizona Blue Curls (trichostema arizonicum)
Blue Mist Flower (ageratum corymbosum)
False Blue Indigo

white flowers

Fleabane (erigeron divergens)
Desert Zinnia (zinnia acerosa) - yellow more common
Milkweed, desert (asclepias subulata)
Milkweed, pineleaf (asclepias linaria)
Tufted Evening Primrose (oenotheria caespitosa)
Fernbush
Shasta Daisy
Blackfoot Daisy (melampodium leucanthum)

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