Planting a Desert Garden in the Desert
The Palm Springs Desert Sun explains it all to you.
(Photo: Shirley Brenon, Special to The Desert Sun)
Buhlert began taking classes at The Living Desert University four years ago because she was from Northern California and wanted to learn more about plants she had never seen before. “When I heard Glenn Huntington say that ‘you don’t have to plant pansies and petunias’ it just rang my bell,” she explained. Buhlert is now a Master Desert Gardener and her yard has been certified as a Backyard Desert Habitat.
Now that you mention it, blooming aloes will attract hummingbirds.