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Dymondia margaretae

Evergreen Perennial Groundcover

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

Echeveria “Allegra”

Beautiful dusty blue leaves with almost translucent edges in full sun. Great in rock gardens. 6″ rosettes.

Echium “Cielo del Sur”

Evergreen Shrub

Produces a dense rosette of leaves followed by an erect inflorescence 3-6ft. tall topped by hundreds of true blue flowers. Great coastal plant. Self-seeds and restarts every 5 years or so.

Echium candicans

Herbaceous Biennial

Large biennial produces a dense rosette of leaves followed by mulitple erect inflorescences 3-8ft. tall topped by hundreds of blue violet flowers. Great coastal plant. Self-seeds and restarts every 5 years or so.

Echium wildpretii

Herbaceous Biennial

A biennial producing a dense rosette of leaves during the first year and in the second year produces an erect inflorescence w/hundreds of dark pink to almost red flowers. Self-seeds and restarts.

 

Elegia fistulosa

Evergreen Restio

Low maintenance, easy to grow. Tall grass-like plant is attractive year-round. Brown sheaths, dark brown flowers.

Encelia farinosa

Herbaceous Perennial

Easy to grow rich 2″ yellow/orange blooms. Dead-head for longer bloom season. Silvery foliage. Attractive to bees and butterflies. Clay-tolerant. Semi-Deciduous

Ephedra tweediana

Perennial Vining Shrub

Flexible jointed leafless branches will climb and spread from a thick trunk. Frost tolerant.

Epilobium “Schiefflin’s Choice”

Evergreen Perennial

Grey foliage covered with orange-red trumpet-shaped flowers in summer and fall. Spreads vigorously. Very attractive to hummingbirds. Deer resistant.

Epilobium “Select Mattole”

Evergreen perennial

Hummingbirds love this plant and its amazing orange-red trumpet-shaped flowers. Great for low water gardens, grows naturally in rock crevices along the coast. Deer tolerant.

Eremophila “Blue Bells”

Evergreen Perennial

Low growing shrub with slender silver-green leaves, flushed with tubular blue to purple flowers throughout the year.

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.

Eremophila “Summertime Blue”

Evergreen Shrub

Spreads wide, arching branches with needle-like green leaves. tubular blue flowers from spring thru summer. Clay-soil-tolerant.

Eremophila “Valentine”

Evergreen Shrub

This dense shrub provides great winter color – tiny dark green leaves take on a red tinge and masses of pink and red tubular flowers through late winter. Cut back in early spring after blooming.

Eremophila hygrophana

Evergreen Perennial

Bushy shrub with lavender-blue flowers throughout the growing season.

Erica canaliculata “Rosea”

Evergreen Shrub

Charming shrub with soft green foliage and bright pink tubular flowers blooming spring through fall. Young plants can be pruned after flowering to encourage bushy growth and flower-bearing stems.

 

 

 

Erica speciosa

Evergreen Shrub

Charming evergreen shrub of soft needle-like foliage and bright red tubular flowers with yellow tips blooming late Fall through Spring. Young plants can be pruned after flowering to encourage bushy growth and flower-bearing stems.

 

Erica verticillata

Evergreen Shrub

Charming shrub with soft green foliage and bright pink tubular flowers blooming spring through fall. Young plants can be pruned after flowering to encourage bushy growth and flower-bearing stems.

 

 

Eriogonum “Ella Nelson’s Yellow”

E. nudum “Ella Nelson’s Yellow”
Evergreen Perennial

Widely distributed from the Coast to the Sierra Nevadas. Small grey-green spoon-shaped leaves with 18″ tall bloom stalks and large yellow bloom sprays. Attractive to bees. Deer resistant.

Eriogonum crocatum

Evergreen Perennial

“Wooly silver white leaves that contrast beautifully with sulfur yellow to chartreuse-yellow flower heads that appear late spring through late summer and then turn a cinnamon brown color.”

Eriogonum fasciculatum

Evergreen Perennial

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

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 grande var. rubescens

Evergreen Perennial

Coastal native that will grow to 3 feet wide. Small grey-green, spoon shaped leaves stay at a foot tall while flowers grow to two feet. Can handle heavy clay soil and attracts butterflies!

Eriogonum latifolium

Evergreen Perennial

Small Northern California coastal buckwheat. Can handle sea-spray and wind. Attracts native insects and butterflies. Enjoyed by rabbits. Buff colored flowers on long bloom stalks. Deer resistant.

Eriogonum nudum

Evergreen Perennial

Small evergreen native with flowers that bloom white, pale pink, or yellow spring through summer. The mid-sized leaves have distinctly wavy margins.

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.