Susan Blevins of Taos, New Mexico, created an elaborate home garden featuring containers, perennial beds, a Japanese themed path and a regional style that reflectes the Spanish and pueblo architecture of the area.
New Mexico designated the blossom of the desert yucca plant (pronounced “yuh-ka”) as the state flower in The yucca flower was selected by the schoolchildren of New Mexico and was recommended by the New Mexico Federation of Women's Clubs.
Queens Wreath Vine (Antigonon leptopus) is a wonderful asset to my garden. This 'natural beauty' is a vine that is native to Mexico and Central America. Stunning pink sprays of flowers appear in spring and last until the first frost.