January 23, 2024

Desert Plants: The Desert Lavender

A thornless, drought-tolerant native plant that attracts pollinators.
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The Desert Lavender is a thornless, drought-tolerant native plant that can make an ideal addition to your landscape if you want to attract pollinators and create a habitat. Thousands of native or drought-tolerant plants can be grown in the Sonoran Desert, providing a colorful and intriguing landscape options. Some plants can provide amazing color or food for pollinators, nesting sites for birds and other wildlife, and visual and textural appeal to homeowners.

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