New Mexico Plants

Searching for a great plant that will grow in New Mexico? The Office of the State Engineer has a website for plants that grow here, New Mexico Plants. The browse page let's you browse plant categories by the Latin or common name. It has some of my favorite perennials, like penstemon and salvia. There is also a search function for specifying your region of the State, plant color, water requirements, etc. But my favorite choice on this page is animal attractions. Hmm, not sure if aphids, snails, slugs, and borers are attractions. And the best for last is that you can add plants from your search to a shopping list. Happy planting!


Helped a friend clean out her garden and loved the shadows against the wall by the trellis. 


  1. I have the Sedum. Love it since it's one of the groundcovers that stay evergreen up here. It also gets bright red during the winter. I am your new follower, come on by my new blog when you have the time.
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  2. Thanks for following. Sedum does well in Santa Fe and doesn't require lots of water. I have a dog, too. Her name is Aster.


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