Solanum xantii 'Navajo Creek' - Nightshade

Botanic Name

Solanum xantii 'Navajo Creek'

Common Name

Nightshade

Size

H: 3' W: 3'

Water

Occ. H20/Dry

Soil

Sun

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Description

This Nightshade is native to much of the state. It will be seen growing in chaparral and coastal scrub twining through larger shrubs and adorning them with its broad blue flowers. Planting near the base of a larger shrub it can twine through (up to 6 feet) makes a nice effect. It can also be planted on its own where it will make a showy mound of blue flowers offset by gray stems and foliage about 3 feet tall, but will need to be cut back a couple times a year to control its rambling growth habit. Provide sun to light shade, and moderate to little irrigation.

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24" box

$5.00

24" box

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24" box

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24" box

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24" box

$5.00

24" box

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