photographs from this post were borrowed from Highcountrygardens.com
It seems an undisputed fact around Utah gardeners that there is no finer online provider of drought tolerant plants as High Country Gardens. This contributes to a large amount of screen time “just looking” at the 2016 offerings.
The unusual Buddleia alternifolia above came warmly recommended by the Plant Select lecturer during Plant Con. I don’t have space for it right now but can’t promise not to bring one home if I meet one.
The pink Eriogonum above is not hardy to my zone but what an annual it would make, a good alternative to Verbena Bonariensis maybe? It’s hard to get an idea of the size and leaves from this picture.
This is another of those “if only I had the space…”. A springtime walk in the wooded area the Water Conservation garden in South Jordan would convince anyone they need a Philadelphus Lewis. The smell is absolutely intoxicating.
That about wraps it up… staring at plants makes me really resent the snow, better get back to my loom.