Flower Planting Guide for the Low Desert

Issued June 2001 by:

Lucy Bradley, Agent Urban Horticulture Cathy Cromell, Instructional Specialist ag.arizona.edu/pubs/ garden/az1100.pdf

This information has been reviewed by university faculty.

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There are many types of beautiful flowers that can be grown in the low desert. Use this chart to plan for year round color and interest in your yard. Select plants that will do well in our climate and meet your individual needs. Plants are listed in alphabetical order by their common name. Some plants with more than one common name are listed under each common name. The common name is followed by a letter designating whether the plant is annual (A), biennial (B), or perennial (P) here in the low desert, and then the botanical name for the plant.

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