Answer: There are many to choose from, but here are a few of my favorites:
Mexican Sage - 4ft tall 2 ft wide. Purple-pink and white flowers until first frost.
Lantana - 3ft tall and wide. Varieties have colors of red, blue, purple and yellow. Will flower during summer. Good ground cover.
Texas Ranger Sage - Silvery colored leaves, low water purple flowers in late summer early fall. Makes good hedge shrub, 6ft tall and wide.
Green Cloud Sage - Dark green leaves, little water nice purple flowers in late summer. Makes good hedge shrub.
Pink Rockrose - Evergreen. Likes poor dry soil, low water 3' tall 8' wide.
Centennial - 4ft tall 5 ft wide, evergreen, resists rootrot, violet custers like the wisteria.
Apache Plume - White like rose flower, 8ft tall 5 ft wide, produces feathery purple fruits.
Yellow Elder - 5ft tall and wide sometimes called Tecoma stans. Bright yellow flowers in June and through Early December.
Butterfly Bush - 8ft tall 6ft wide. Deciduous, purple flower spikes.
Mescal Bean - 15ft tall and wide. Evergreen with vilolet like cluster of wisteria like flowers.
Russian Sage - 3-4 ft tall with summer long blooms, purple like flowering spikes.
Damianita - Petite evergreen shrub yellow blooms from spring to fall. Loves full sun. Low Water requirement.
Hope one or more of these are just right for your garden.
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