Sun to Part Shade

Kniphofia “Nancy’s Red”

Clump-forming Perennial

Mid-summer coral-red tubular blooms are similar to Aloe’s torch sprays, attractive to hummingbirds. Needs rich soil with excellent drainage.

Kniphofia “Orange Flame”

Clump-forming Perennial

Blooms start appearing in spring and will keep blooming through the fall! Bright orange-red tubular blooms are similar to Aloe’s torch sprays, attractive to hummingbirds.

Kniphofia “Orange Vanilla Popsicle”

Clump-forming Perennial

Compact plant with spring, summer and fall tubular blooms start out orange and fade to a creamy vanilla white. Attractive to hummingbirds.

Kniphofia “Primrose Beauty”

Clump-forming Perennial

Spring/summer yellow tubular blooms are similar to Aloe’s torch sprays, attractive to hummingbirds. Needs rich soil with excellent drainage.

Kniphofia “Red Hot Popsicle”

Clump-forming Perennial

Compact plant with spring, summer and fall red tubular blooms, similar to Aloe’s torch sprays, attractive to hummingbirds.

Kniphofia “Shining Sceptar”

Clump-forming Perennial

Mid summer tangerine tubular blooms are similar to Aloe’s torch sprays, attractive to hummingbirds. Needs rich soil with excellent drainage.

Kniphofia “Wilhelm’s Lance”

Clump-forming Perennial

Late summer red tubular blooms on large bloom stalks are similar to Aloe’s torch sprays, attractive to hummingbirds. Needs rich soil with excellent drainage.

Kniphofia caulescens

Clump-forming Perennial

Blooms early spring to late fall on top of 3′ stalks, red fading to yellow. Stiff blue aloe-like leaves. Hummingbird plant.

Kniphofia uvaria

Clump-forming Perennial

Late summer red tubular blooms are similar to Aloe’s torch sprays, attractive to hummingbirds. Needs rich soil with excellent drainage.

Leptospermum “Pink Pearl”

Evergreen Shrub

Aromatic, evergreeen shrub with light pink to almost white flowers. Tiny needle-like leaves. Drought tolerant, attracts bees.

Leucadendron “Pom Pom”

L. discolor “Pom Pom”
Evergreen Shrub

Drought-tolerant shrub can be used for screening. Ivory cone-like flowers with red and yellow centers are good for cut flowers.

Leucadendron galpinii

Evergreen Shrub

Primarily used in gardens for its twisting grey-green leaves. But the ivory cones are astonishing and good for cut flowers.

Leucanthemum “Aglaia”

Evergreen Perennial Flower

Perennial daisy with double white, ruffled flowers summer-fall. Deer, gopher and drought tolerant. Will attract butterflies and hummingbirds to your garden!

Lonicera “Pam’s Pink”

Vining Perennial

Perennial vining shrub with very fragrant pink honeysuckle flowers almost year round. Cut back regularly to maintain size. Drought tolerant; will attract many bees and butterflies.

Malacothamnus fasciculatus

Evergreen Shrub

The butterflies flock to the small pink flowers that cover the plant throughout the summer. Good for hedges and along fences.

Malacothamnus fremontii

Evergreen Shrub

The butterflies flock to the small silvery pink flowers that cover the plant throughout the summer. Good for hedges and along fences.

Malacothamnus jonesii

Evergreen Shrub

The butterflies flock to the small pink flowers that cover the plant throughout the summer. Good for hedges and along fences.

Mimulus “Burst Berry”

Evergreen Perennial

A beautiful hybrid with large red flowers appearing throughout the year, peaking in spring and summer.  Much more drought tolerant than other mimulus.  Deer resistant.

Mimulus “Jelly Bean Lava”

Evergreen Perennial

Dark green glossy leaves and numerous unusual and gorgeous crimson-orange flowers will bloom year round.  Deer resistant.

Mimulus “Jelly Bean Vanilla Snow”

Evergreen Perennial

Dark green glossy leaves and numerous very light soft yellow flowers that fade to pure white, will bloom almost year round. Deer resistant.

Myrica californica

Evergreen shrub

Purple-ish, single-seeded berries coated with a white wax. The leaves are extemely fragrant when crushed, also known as bayberry – used for various medicinal preparations.

Narcissus “Tête-à-tête”

Easy to grow very popular dwarf spring bulb Daffodil with orange and yellow flowers and narrow green leaves. Indoor or Outdoor. Grows 6-8″ tall. Plant bulbs in soil in fall, or potted plants in spring. Prefers cold winters.

Nemophila “Penny Black”

N. menziesii “Penny Black”
Self seeding Annual

Flowers April through September. Prolific bloomer. Great for containters or along the front of the garden where you want a stunning display of color. Deadhead if you do not want it to volunteer self seed for following year.