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Russian Sage This super-tough plant can grow to 6 feet tall, and is great for the back row of garden borders or along fences. It is heat and drought resistant, and most pests like deer and rabbits will stay away from it. The fragrant silver foliage is just as pretty as the purple blooms.
Flower border, with light pink roses. burgundy and chatreuse foliage
Low Water Plants, Eco Friendly Landscapes: High Country Gardens So sad to see that High Country Gardens in Santa Fe has had to close its doors due to the economy of the last 4 years. What a terrific garden center. I enjoyed visiting them and ordering by mail . You will be missed.
Desert garden...not that I need a desert garden but this same idea with succulents would work great on my backyard hill!
Owl's Clover is a charming wildflower. A native to the southwest, Owl's Clover is a low-water-use plant that fits right in with the desert, despite its vibrant pop of color. wateruseitwisely.com
Spanish Lavender grows great in Arizona. The antiseptic, piney fragrance of Spanish Lavender makes it an exceptionally fragrant landscape plant but not the first choice for use in cooking. English Lavenders, both Lavandula angustifolias and Lavandula latifolia, are preferred in the kitchen. French Lavender, Lavandula dentata is not culinary lavender but used as sachet fragrance.