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Tohono Chul Park's plant sale next weekend will feature plants with light green leaves that border on silver.
Hopi red dye amaranth is among the heirloom crops and native foods growing in Tohono Chul Park's ethno-botanical garden.
The Red Rocks variety of penstemon.
Hybrid penstemon is not typically seen in local nurseries.
Plant penstemon palmeri now for spring color.
Tohono Chul Park offers summer-planting specimens at its Monsoon Madness sale Friday and Saturday.
Penstemons spend a good part of the year hugging the ground,
then burst forth with flowery stalks.
Sanginea is a native heuchera, one of the plant picks for
A glomerata is another heuchera that is native to the area.
This hybrid combines the best of sanguinea and glomerata
Tohono Chul Park docents go through an 18-week series of classes
covering myriad aspects of the desert.
Have your pansies perished or your gardenias gone bye-bye? Maybe
it's time to consider plants that love the Tucson summer.
Delicate periwinkle blossoms come from the rock pixie.
The ethnobotanical garden at Tohono Chul Park includes, from left, Mayo blusher squash, Hopi black dye sunflowers and Tohono O'odham squash.
Bunching onion starter sets are available at Tohono Chul Park.
Watermelons with yellow meat will soon come from these plants.
The Agastache, left, is ideal for attracting butterflies and hummingbirds.
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