We love these traditional cottage garden flowers for Santa Fe gardens! These tall, beautiful flowers look great against fences, gates or the side of your home. The ygrow easily from a seed and do very well in our unique Santa Fe climate. The red and pink varieties are attractive to hummingbirds and butterflies.
Although Hollyhocks are considered short lived perennials, living only 2 or 3 years, they continually reseed themselves, allowing you to enjoy them for many years. In the late fall, it is best to cut them back. These flowers also benefit from mulching.
Choosing the right plants suited for our high desert climate in Santa Fe can be a challenge. Vines are a great way to add easy appeal to your landscape, offering colorful blooms and many purposes, including: shade for an arbor, an addition to hanging baskets, enhancing lampposts or mailboxes, or trailing for stone walls.
Trumpet Vine: Beautiful red/orange blooms in the spring/summer. This vine needs a stable structure, such as a wall, trellis or fence to grow on. Prune in the early spring to avoid effecting flowering.
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