Variable flowers, orange to scarlet with golden centers. Prefers lots of sun and fast-draining soil. Blooms spring through summer. Great for cut flowers, bud vases.
Upright shrub with coral-orange flowers early summer through fall. Attracts butterflies, tolerates clay. Cut back in Fall.
Small grey-green leaves on sprawling stems topped with stunning apricot mallow flowers in spring/summer. Cut back to 6″ in fall after blooms. Do not overwater.
Upright growth. Orange flowers August through October. Well drained soils.
Upright shrub with dark pink flowers summer through fall. Attracts butterflies, tolerates clay. Cut back in Fall.
An upright alternative to Pampas Grass, will form a significant wind-break. Strappy foliage is topped with light and showy blooms in summer.
Dry grass that can handle clay or salty soils, but doesn’t like wet roots. A haze of pink flowers tops the grass by mid summer.
Showy apricot/red trumpet blooms. Large leaves, fast-growing vine.
Very dramatic colors in an arching 3 ft. clump grass. Clay-tolerant, drought-tolerant.
Ornamental grass with great orange-brown fall color! Tall maroon bloom spikes in summer. Vigorous grower. Tolerates clay soil, great in pots or as a focal point in the garden.
Very dramatic when used where afternoon sun back-lights the golden cloud of blooms. Can reseed.
Semi-Deciduous Meadow Grass
Classic grasslands plant throughout California. Turns deep golden when dormant in summer. Masses well. Deer resistant.
Considered Invasive in California, we no longer carry this plant.
Striking narrow-leaved version of the classic Bird of Paradise. Forms large upright clumps filled in Spring and Summer with large orange bird like flowers. Very low water once established.
Large leaves, stretching vertically and tree-like, spreading out in a fan. Giant white flowers. Leaves will show damage with high winds, easy to prune. Can grow indoor, but won’t flower.
Clumps of wide, large leaves, stretching vertically and tree-like, spreading out in a fan. Large orange and blue flowers. Leaves will show damage with high winds, easy to prune.
Compact perennial bush w/ evergreen foliage, fragrant when crushed. Flowers late summer through fall with bright yellow flowers. Butterflies.
Feathery grey leaves form a dense groundcover. Small yellow flowers pop up 6-12″ above the foliage in spring. Ideal for coastal gardens – can’t take heat.
This Mediterranean evergreen shrub grows well in the Bay Area. Silvery gray foliage. Deep blue flowers cover the plant most of the year – spring thru fall.
Evergreen Feather-Reed Restio
The sparse branched bloom stalks rise like a fountain out of a mass of dense upright dark-green stems. Female and male flowers on separate plants, with silver bracts on female flowers. Protect from frost to maintain full look.
Gracefully arcing blue-grey leaves. Rusty red bloom heads in late summer
Tiny purple flowers in summer. Fragrant green leaves. Great in rock gardens and mixed pots.
Thymus x citriodorus “Lime”
Fragrant lime-green leaves, small pink flowers in summer. Great in rock gardens and mixed pots. Grows well in small containers and on windowsills.
Completely coated in tiny pink flowers in summer. Fragrant green leaves. Great in rock gardens and mixed pots.
Tiny red flowers in summer. Fragrant green leaves. Great in rock gardens and mixed pots.
Tiny white flowers in summer. Fragrant green leaves. Great in rock gardens and mixed pots.