Gardeners have long known about white flowering plants and the beauty that they bring to the garden.
The color white is seen by many as a bright, clean color that makes surrounding colors ‘pop’ visually. Others like how white flowers seem to glow in the evening and early morning hours in the landscape.
Thankfully, there are several white flowering plants that do very will in the Southwestern landscape. Last time, I showed you four of my favorites, which you can view here.
Today, let’s continue on our white, floral journey…
|Desert Primrose (Oenothera deltoides)|
|White Globe Mallow (Sphaeralcea ambigua ‘White’)|
|Blackfoot Daisy (Melampodium leucanthum)|
|Little Leaf Cordia (Cordia parvifolia)|
|‘White Katie’ Ruellia (Ruellia brittoniana ‘White Katie’)|