Do you enjoy going out into the garden in summer?
I admit to sometimes neglecting my garden when the temperatures go above the century mark. My aversion to gardening in a furnace is one of the reasons that I like to use desert-adapted plants that don’t need much attention.
One of my favorite fuss-free plants is chuparosa (Justicia californica).
It has beautiful red, tubular flowers that decorate the garden in late winter into spring and sporadically throughout the year. Hummingbirds can’t resist it AND it is drought-tolerant and low-maintenance.
Want to learn more? Here is my latest plant profile for Houzz: