Full to Part Sun

Drosera binata

Deciduous Carnivore (Evergreen if Grown Indoors)

Dew covered multi-forked leaves turning bright red in the sun. Sticky dew captures insects. It forms a large insect-catching bush. Best grown in 50/50 peat moss and sand. Also grows well in standing water. Water Daily.

Drosera binata v. multifida

Deciduous Carnivore (Evergreen if Grown Indoors)

Dew covered multi-forked leaves, up to 8 points per leaf, turning bright red in the sun. Sticky dew captures insects. It forms a large insect-catching bush. Best grown in 50/50 peat moss and sand. Also grows well in standing water. Water daily.

Drosera capensis

Perennial Carnivore

Leaves are covered with sticky hairs, will move like tentacles to capture and digest insects. Thrives in hot and humid conditions, but can be grown outside.

Drosera capensis “Alba”

Perennial Carnivore

White leaves are covered with sticky hairs, will move like tentacles to capture and digest insects. Thrives in hot and humid conditions, but can be grown outside.

Drosera capensis “Red”

Perennial Carnivore

Leaves turn bright red with enough light, are covered with sticky hairs, will move like tentacles to capture and digest insects. Thrives in hot and humid conditions, but can be grown outside.

Drosera dichrosepala X enodes

Perennial Carnivore

Rare, with tiny spoon-shaped leaves covered with sticky hairs which capture and digest insects. Can go dormant in hot dry summer.

 

Drosera enodes

Perennial Carnivore

Rare, with tiny spoon-shaped leaves covered with sticky hairs which capture and digest insects. Can go dormant in hot dry summer.

 

Drosera graminifolia

Perennial Carnivore

Leaf tips curl around insects. Prefers direct sunlight, but not too hot. Clip dead leaves to stimulate more growth. Will grow under fluorescent lights. Doesn’t require winter dormant period.

Drosera spatulata

Perennial Carnivore

Round spoon-shaped leaves are covered with sticky hairs which capture and digest insects. Thrives in hot and humid conditions, but can be grown outside.

Dymondia margaretae

Evergreen Perennial Groundcover

Slow spreading, only 1 to 2″ high, tightly compact. Grey green leaves. Lots of yellow daisy flowers.

Epidendrum ibaguense

Evergreen Perennial

Easy to grow, hardy orchid with profusions of flowers along 6ft. tall stem. Purple and orange/yellow flowered varieties. Requires regular fertilizer. Light soil mix.

Epidendrum ibaguense “Lavender”

Evergreen Perennial

Easy to grow, hardy orchid with profusions of flowers along 6ft. tall stem. Lavender-flowered variety. Requires regular fertilizer. Light soil mix.

Epidendrum ibaguense “Rose”

Evergreen Perennial

Easy to grow, hardy orchid with profusions of flowers along 6ft. tall stem. Rose-flowered variety. Requires regular fertilizer. Light soil mix.

Eremophila “Gray Horizon”

E. glabra “Gray Horizon”
Evergreen Perennial

Low growing shrub with soft gray leaves with yellow flowers through the spring and summer.

Eremophila “Kalgoorlie”

E. glabra “Kalgoorlie”
Evergreen Perennial

Low growing shrub with gold flowers through the spring and summer.

Erigeron “Cape Sebastian”

E. glaucus “Cape Sebastian”
Evergreen Perennial

Clay tolerant, found on clay coastal bluffs. A great butterfly plant, mixes well with coastal sages and monkey flowers. Pale lavender flowers spring through summer when it could use a little extra water.

Erigeron “White Lights”

E. glaucus “White Lights”

Evergreen perennial

Clay tolerant, found on clay coastal bluffs. A great butterfly plant, mixes well with coastal sages and monkey flowers. White flowers spring through summer when it could use a little extra water.

 

Eriogonum giganteum

Evergreen Shrub

Native to the Channel Islands. Large clusters of tiny white flowers from spring to fall make great cut flowers. Highly attractive to birds and butterflies. Tolerates alkaline and clay soils.

Eriogonum “Kannah Creek”

E umbellatum v. aureum “Kannah Creek”

Evergreen perennial

Small green spoon-shaped leaves with 18″ tall sulphur-yellow bloom sprays. Attractive to bees. Deer resistant. Great for rock gardens and dried flowers.

Eriogonum “Wild Cascade”

Evergreen perennial

Sprawling, low growing evergreen native with pinkish white bloom clusters throughout the summer. Dark green narrow leaves, arching stems.

Eriophyllum “Siskiyou”

E. lanatum “Siskiyou”
Evergreen Perennial Groundcover

Pretty whitish to grey-green woolly leaves with stunning displays of yellow daisy flowers throughout the spring. Tidy and low-growing groundcover, blooms pop up to 12″h. Cut back after blooming.

Eriophyllum confertiflorum

Evergreen Perennial Groundcover

Bright yellow flowers are very attractive to butterflies, appear in early summer. Blooms best in full sun at the coast. Grows on hillsides, near native Salvias. Cut back after blooming.

Eriophyllum lanatum

Evergreen Perennial Groundcover

Pretty whitish to grey-green woolly leaves with stunning displays of yellow daisy flowers throughout the spring. Tidy and low-growing groundcover, blooms pop up to 12″h. Cut back after blooming.

Euphorbia “Black Pearl”

Evergreen Herbaceous Perennial

Grey-green leaves on upright stems. Lime-green blooms with deep reddish-black centers on 2ft tall bloom stalks. Deer resistant.

Euphorbia “Blackbird”

Evergreen Herbaceous Perennial

Seriously dark velvet-purple leaves, reddish-undersides, with sulphur-yellow to chartreuse blooms on 2ft. tall bloom stalks. Best in Full Sun.

Euphorbia “Galaxy Glow”

Evergreen Herbaceous Perennial

New foliage emerges pink and transforms to a soft grey-green. Flowers mature from green to pink. Mildew-resistant variety. Deer-resistant.

Euphorbia “Golden Glory”

Evergreen Herbaceous Perennial

Brilliant dark red leaves, chartreuse flowers. Mildew-resistant variety. Deer-resistant.

Euphorbia “Purpurea”

E. amygdaloides “Purpurea”
Evergreen herbaceous perennial

Foliage changes color throughout the year: Green in spring, deep burgundy in summer, ruby-purple in fall. Lime-green bloom sprays spring/summer. Deer-resistant.

Euphorbia “Redwing”

Evergreen herbaceous perennial

Compact mound of blue-green foliage to 20″. In the late winter the developing flower stems and flower clusters turn deep red. Yellow blooms in spring. Deer-resistant.