|Clarkia amoena N||Godetia|
|Cleome hasslerana ●||Spider flower|
|Cosmos spp. @||Cosmos|
|Eschscholzia californica @||California poppy|
|Gaillardia pulchella||Blanket flower|
|Gomphrena globosa||Globe amaranth|
|Helianthus annuus N@||Sunflower|
|Ipomoea spp.||Morning glory|
|Lantana spp. ●||Lantana|
|Lobularia maritima ●||Sweet alyssum|
|Melampodium paludosum||Bush zinnia|
|Papaver spp. @||Poppy|
|Petunia ×atkinsiana ●||Petunia|
|Portulaca grandiflora||Moss rose|
|Sanvitalia procumbens||Creeping zinnia|
|Senecio cineraria||Dusty miller|
|Tagetes tenuifolia||Signet marigold|
|Tithonia rotundifolia||Mexican sunflower|
|Tropaeolum majus ●||Nasturtium|
Scientific and common names are listed for each plant. Plants are listed in alphabetical order by scientific name.
If the scientific name has a link, it leads to a page with photos and cultural information. If the common name has a link, it leads to photos, but not to cultural information.
Key to symbols
spp. = More than one species is water-conserving
● = Suitable for dry shade; amount of shade varies
N = Native to Washington or Idaho
@ = May reseed or spread
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