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Phlomis viscosa

Evergreen Shrub

A soft shrub for a warm, sunny border. A great Mediterranean climate plant – beautiful yellow whorls of fall flowers.

Prosopis X “Phoenix”

Semi-Evergreen tree

Thornless hybrid with a stable rootstock and a fast-growing branch structure. Lush green leaves provide dense summer shade. Yellow flowers followed by brown seedpods. Prune for shape in summer.

Protea “Liebencherry”

P. repens x longifolia
Evergreen Shrub

Beautiful protea with large cherry red flowers. Young leaves are slightly fuzzy, mature leaves toughen and turn gray-green. Prefers well drained soils.

 

Protea “Rose Mink”

P. laurifolia “Rose Mink”
Evergreen Shrub

Large pink flowers appear in mid-winter, with fine black and white hairs. grey-green leaves. Do not fertilize.

Protea “Susara”

Evergreen Shrub

P. magnifica x susannae hybrid
Beautiful protea with striking peach-pink flowers. Young leaves are slightly fuzzy, mature leaves toughen and turn gray-green. Prefers well drained soils. Great for cut flowers.

Protea cynaroides

Evergreen Shrub

Famous giant Protea with showy 10″ pink or red flowers fall through spring and small shows throughout the year – great for cut flowers. Prefers well drained soils.

 

Protea cynaroides “Mini King”

Evergreen Shrub

Dwarf Protea with giant showy 8″ pink or red flowers fall through spring and small shows throughout the year – great for cut flowers. Prefers well drained soils.

Protea cynaroides “Pink King”

Evergreen Shrub

Showy 10″ pink flowers fall through spring and small shows throughout the year – great for cut flowers. Prefers well drained soils.

 

 

Protea magnifica

Evergreen Shrub

Beautiful protea with second-largest flower heads. Young leaves are slightly fuzzy, mature leaves toughen and turn gray-green. Prefers well drained soils.

Protea obtusifolia

Evergreen Shrub

Large shrub with large red/pink flowers fall through winter and lasting into spring. Full sun and any soils including clay. Long lived, great in coastal gardens.

Restio multiflorus

Evergreen Feather-Reed

“The sparsely branched bloom stalks rise like a fountain out of a mass of finely branched, bright green stems.”

Restio quadratus

Evergreen Feather-Reed

Young, soft, feathery stems with dark green foliage mature to thick, square branches. Small white flowers. Plant at beginning of rainy season.

Restio tetraphyllus

Evergreen Rush

Bright green stems with feathery plumes. Will form broad, light, feathery mounds. Tall brown bloom spikes to 5ft.

Romneya coulteri

Semi-deciduous Perennial Shrub

Spectactular giant California poppy blooms on top tall stems. Difficult to establish, needs good drainage, but easy to care for.

Rosa minutifolia

Deciduous shrub (Summer deciduous if dry)

Open, small-leafed coastal California rose. Long, curving canes produce small, pink flowers with dense thorns in spring. Well-draining soil preferred. Perfect in coastal garden settings.

Rudbeckia “Cherokee Sunset”

R hirta “Cherokee Sunset”

Perennial Daisy
Beautiful autumn colors, rusty red and orange 3-4″ flowers. Blooms summer-fall. Dead-head the spent bloom for a full 2nd flush. Divide every 2-4 years.

Salvia “Kaleidoscope”

S. clevelandii “Kaleidoscope”
Evergreen perennial/shrub

Fragrant grey-green leaves. Strongly fragrant lavender blue flowers. Deer resistant, attracts butterflies.

Salvia “Winifred Gilman”

S. clevelandii “Winifred Gilman”
Evergreen perennial/shrub

Fragrant grey-green leaves. Strongly fragrant lavender blue flowers. Deer resistant, attracts butterflies.

Salvia “Allen Chickering”

Evergreen perennial

Fragrant leaves make a nice tea. Lavender flower whorls make this a Bay Area garden favorite. Deer resistant, attracts butterflies, fragrant flowers.

Salvia “Amethyst Bluff”

S. leucophylla “Amethyst Bluff”
Evergreen perennial/shrub

Easy to grow. Fuzzy white-gray leaves and dark rosy-pink flowers make this a standout. Deer resistant, attracts butterflies, fragrant flowers.

Salvia “Bee’s Bliss”

Evergreen perennial

Rambling low green-leaved sage topped with abundant whorls of lavender flowers in spring and into summer.

Salvia “Figueroa”

S. leucophylla “Figueroa”
Evergreen perennial/shrub

Fuzzy white-gray leaves and lavender-pink flowers make this a standout. Deer resistant, attracts butterflies, fragrant flowers.

Salvia “Flower Child”

S. microphylla “Flower Child”
Evergreen perennial/shrub

Fragrant foliage with lavender-pink flowers Spring through Fall. Growth is dense and compact. Hummingbirds love it! Very hardy and drought-tolerant.

Salvia “Glimmer”

S. microphylla x S. greggii
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Herbaceous Perennial

Cream colored blooms from late spring through late fall, year round in frost-free areas. Compact, rounded habit. Drought tolerant.

 

Salvia “Heatwave Blast”

S. microphylla hybrid
Herbaceous Perennial

Beautiful compact proliferation of vertical stems covered in long-lasting salmon-pink flowers throughout the summer and fall.

 

Salvia “Heatwave Blaze”

S. microphylla hybrid
Herbaceous Perennial

Beautiful compact proliferation of vertical stems covered in long-lasting rose-red flowers throughout the summer and fall.

Salvia “Heatwave Brilliance”

S. microphylla hybrid
Herbaceous Perennial

Beautiful compact proliferation of vertical stems covered in long-lasting cerise-magenta flowers throughout the summer and fall.

Salvia “Heatwave Glow”

S. microphylla x S. greggii hybrid
Herbaceous Perennial

Beautiful compact proliferation of vertical stems covered in long-lasting apricot-colored flowers throughout the summer and fall.

 

Salvia “Pacific Blue”

S. brandegei “Pacific Blue”
Evergreen perennial/shrub

Channel Island native. Heavily branched shrub, narrow green leaves, tiered whorls of dark lavender blue flowers. Long-lived, very drought-tolerant.