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Desert Shade camel walks

Desert Shade camel walks

We love 'Wallowa Mountain' desert moss (Arenaria 'Wallowa Mountain') because it is a walkable groundcover for pathways. Looks like moss but takes dry soil.

We love 'Wallowa Mountain' desert moss (Arenaria 'Wallowa Mountain') because it is a walkable groundcover for pathways. Looks like moss but takes dry soil.

ooh! the wire around the sides & top are a great idea for keeping out the birds (incl chickens)! then our girls can have the run of the yard without us worrying about the vegies.  this also provides a good support for shade cloth (needed regularly here in the high desert of Santa Fe!)

ooh! the wire around the sides & top are a great idea for keeping out the birds (incl chickens)! then our girls can have the run of the yard without us worrying about the vegies. this also provides a good support for shade cloth (needed regularly here in the high desert of Santa Fe!)

Osmunda cinnamomea - i have these in my shade garden - love them.

Cinnamon Fern

The Mimosa is a gorgeous flat-topped deciduous tree that brings a special rainforest effect to the Sonoran desert. The very hardy and heat loving Mimosa is ideal wherever a full, dense canopy is desired during the summer months

The Mimosa is a gorgeous flat-topped deciduous tree that brings a special rainforest effect to the Sonoran desert. The very hardy and heat loving Mimosa is ideal wherever a full, dense canopy is desired during the summer months

Chilean mesquite: This tree is thornless, grows very quickly, uses little water, gets very wide and is extremely hearty. It thrives with full or reflected sun.

Chilean mesquite: This tree is thornless, grows very quickly, uses little water, gets very wide and is extremely hearty. It thrives with full or reflected sun.

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