Native to the Southwest United States. It forms a dense mat of glossy, green leaves with blue flower spike that occur May-July. The seeds are a nutritious food source for wildlife.
Slow-spreading groundcover with dark green round leaves and violet blue to white flowers. Great beneath shade trees and large shrubs.
Durable perennial with year round interest. Foliage is silvery-gray and evergreen in all but the coldest of climates. Great splash of color in the landscape. Drought tolerant.