Sun 25 Mar 2012
Written by Jeff
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To keep our garden inspiration flowing, I will post pictures of flowers, trees and other plants that I have found pretty and/or interesting for one reason or another. Many of the pictures will be of drought-tolerant or xeriscape plants because I live and grow in the Sonoran Desert.
I hope these photographs stimulate your creativity and keep you enthusiastic about the wonderful world of horticulture. Please feel free to share your thoughts with me by leaving a comment below.
As we were hiking the various trails in Zion National Park early in the spring, we came upon dozens of clusters of Indian Paintbrush wildflowers. They took hold anywhere enough debris had collected to allow them to drop anchor and live. They were a sight to behold against the brownish red rocks with various markings. Sometimes there would be companion plants growing alongside to make a natural bouquet.
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