Denver Designed Landscapes/Construction and Maintenance
Narbonne blue flax (Linum narbonense) is a Mediterranean form of blue flax that is much more long-lived and fuller than the western native species. Blooming for months on end, the deep sky blue flowers are larger and more flaring. This robust plant grows 15-18 inches tall and 15-18 inches wide offering a dense mound of attractive, nearly evergreen foliage for garden borders, wildflower gardens and informal plantings. Thrives in well-drained soils in full sun to part shade and tolerates xeric conditions once established. Hardy to USDA zones 5-8.
Turquoise Tails blue sedum (Sedum sediforme) is a robust yet compact, turquoise-blue selected form of the Mediterranean species. Creamy-yellow flowers rise above succulent blue mounds in mid-summer, creating a sculptural accent for xeric gardens. Growing 4-6 inches tall and 6-12 inches wide it survives with very low care in northern Colorado, and is virtually deer-resistant. Hardy to USDA zones 5-10.
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