Drought tolerant

Dichondra “Silver Falls”

D. argentea “Silver Falls”
Evergreen groundcover

Small soft fuzzy silver leaves creep along the ground forming a vibrant mat. Cascades well over steps or rocks. great for hanging pots.

Dichondra sericea

Evergreen Groundcover

Small soft fuzzy silver leaves creep along the ground forming a vibrant mat. Cascades well over steps or rocks. great for hanging pots.

Dicliptera suberecta

Perennial

The soft gray-green mounding foliage is contrasted by an abundant flush of tubular orange-coral flowers blooming from midsummer through fall. Hummingbird magnet!

Euphorbia “Acid Wash”

Evergreen herbaceous perennial

Ice blue needle-like foliage, topped with yellow flowers in late summer. Forms a low, tight mound. Deer-resistant.

Euphorbia “Bonfire”

E. polychroma “Bonfire”
Evergreen herbaceous perennial

Green foliage in spring smolders a deep red all summer long. Bright yellow bloom sprays throughout the summer. Deer-resistant.

Euphorbia “Chameleon”

E. dulcis “Chameleon”
Evergreen herbaceous perennial

Multicolored foliage, dark purple, shades of green to burgundy in the summer and bright red in the fall. Deer-resistant.

Euphorbia “Colibri”

Euphorbia x martinii “Colibri”
Evergreen Shrub

Blooms May thru July with red pistils, fades to buff. Foliage turns bronze/red in Fall. Deer resistant. Good for cut flowers.

Euphorbia “Efanthia”

E. amygdaloides “Efanthia”
Evergreen herbaceous perennial

Upright habit with lime-green bloom sprays spring to early summer. Deer-resistant.

Euphorbia “Fireglow”

E. griffithii “Fireglow”
Evergreen herbaceous perennial

Dark green leaves with red midrib and orange margins; Rich red flowers throughout the summer, fade to yellow in fall. Deer-resistant.

Euphorbia “Kalipso”

Evergreen shrub

Mounding habit with rich green bloom sprays spring to early summer. Deer-resistant.

Euphorbia “Portuguese Velvet”

E. characias “Portuguese Velvet”
Evergreen spurge

Thick velvety grey green leaves on full stems. Large bloom sprays of green bracts and mixed brightly-colored blooms. Grow from seed and offsets. 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.

Euphorbia “Ruby Glow”

E. amygdaloides “Ruby Glow”
Evergreen Perennial

Foliage changes color throughout the year: Bright red in spring fading to almost black by late summer. Lime-green bloom sprays spring/summer. Deer-resistant.

Euphorbia “Ruby Hybrid”

Evergreen Perennial

Leaves are green at the base transitioning to purple-red towards the tips. Lime-green blooms spring through summer. Deer-resistant.

Euphorbia “Tiny Tim”

Euphorbia x martinii “Tiny Tim”
Evergreen Perennial

Blooms chartreuse flowers Summer through Fall with deep green foliage and red tips. Deer resistant. Compact Dwarf species.

Euphorbia amygdaloides v. robbiae

Evergreen herbaceous perennial

Slowly spreading through rhizomes. Whorled dark green leaves. Chartreuse yellow flowers in spring/summer. Deer-resistant.

Euphorbia lambii

Semi-Evergreen Shrub

A Dr. Seuss plant! Thick woody branches at all angles topped with clusters of green leaves in the spring and yellow flowers in the summer.

Euphorbia mellifera

Evergreen Shrub

Large, bright green foliage, honey-scented lemon-yellow flowers. Needs good drainage. Deer-resistant.

Euphorbia myrsinites

Evergreen herbaceous perennial

Grey-green leaves, topped with sulphur yellow bloom sprays. Low-growing, creeping spurge. Deer-resistant.

Euphorbia wallichii

Evergreen Shrub

Lush green leaves. Striking golden yellow flowers in late spring. Will handle clay soils.

Euphorbia x martinii

Evergreen Herbaceous Perennial

Blooms May thru July with red pistils, fades to buff. Foliage turns bronze/red in Fall. Deer resistant. Good for cut flowers.

Euphorbia “Red Velvet”

E. amygdaloides “Red Velvet”

Evergreen shrub

Thick velvety dark reddish leaves on full stems. Large bloom sprays of green bracts and mixed brightly-colored blooms. Deer-resistant.

Ficus auriculata

Evergreen to semi-deciduous tree

“Large oval shaped leaves grow as large as 15”. Non-edible figs form in clusters on the trunk and larger branches. Best in full sun in a wind protected area.”

Heuchera cylindrica

Perennial Herb

Clumping groundcover with small round leaves. Creamy yellow flowers are born along many 1ft+ tall bloom spikes, attracts hummingbirds. Great for shady rock gardens.

Juncus acutus

Rush

Sharp tipped evergreen rush from native creeksides, can handle moderate water and full summer drought. Used in basketry.

Leucadendron “Safari Sunset”

Evergreen Shrub

Very vibrant red bracts that surround the central yellow and red cone flower on vigorous long stems. Flowers are great for cuttings and drying.

Ribes nevadense

Deciduous shrub

Flowers attract hummingbirds, berries attract other birds. Soft pink flower clusters in early spring through summer. Creeksides. Tolerates wet or dry conditions. Dormant in fall.

Vitis “Roger’s Red”

V. californica “Roger’s Red”
Deciduous Fruiting Vine

California native grape, deciduous. Gray and green leaves revamp to a deep, rich red in autumn months. Edible, small purple fruit. Fast growing and frost hardy.

Vitis californica

Deciduous Fruiting Vine

Northern California native grape, deciduous leaves. Gray and green leaves turn red in autumn months before dying back for winter. Edible purple fruit. Fast growing.