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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 “Blue Lagoon”

Evergreen Herbaceous Perennial

Low growing mounds of upright stalks with blue-green foliage, tall blooms talks with chartreuse blooms all summer long. Deer-resistant.

Euphorbia “Bruce’s Dwarf”

E. characias “Bruce’s Dwarf”
Evergreen Herbaceous Perennial

Remains fairly dense year-round. Gray-green foliage, spring/summer chartreuse blooms. Deer-resistant.

Euphorbia “Dean’s Hybrid”

Evergreen Herbaceous Perennial

Remains fairly dense year-round. Gray-green foliage, yellow blooms all summer long. Deer-resistant.

Euphorbia “Excalibur”

Evergreen Herbaceous Perennial

Upright form with grey-green foliage that start out a stunning bright red in early spring. Chartreuse flowers mid-summer. Deer-resistant.

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 “Glacier Blue”

Evergreen Herbaceous Perennial

A compact variety with blue-green leaves edged in white. Spring flowers have similar variegated coloring. Good for border planting. Deer-resistant.

 

Euphorbia “Golden Glory”

Evergreen Herbaceous Perennial

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

Euphorbia “Shorty”

Evergreen Herbaceous Perennial

Compact form with blue-green leaves, showing red tips on the newest growth. Lime-yellow flowers rise above the plant in early to late spring.  Deer-resistant.

Euphorbia “Silver Swan”

E. characias “Silver Swan”
Evergreen Perennial

Robust grower, variegated with silver-edged leaves. 3ft. tall bloom stalks in early spring. Deer-resistant.

Euphorbia “Tasmanian Tiger”

E. characias “Tasmanian Tiger”
Evergreen Perennial

Variegated leaves with green centers and white margins. Blooms in summer. Deer and gopher resistant.

Euphorbia antisyphilitica

Semi-succulent shrub

Upright clumps of grey-green, waxy stems. Small white flowers in late winter. Tolerates hot, dry conditions.

Euphorbia characias

Evergreen Herbaceous Perennial

Remains fairly dense year-round. Gray-green foliage, spring/summer chartreuse blooms. Deer-resistant.

Euphorbia rigida

Evergreen Perennial

Perennial spurge with upright stems holding green bract flowers late winter through summer. Prune back stems after bloom to encourage new growth; self sows freely. Deer and gopher resistant!

Euphorbia stygiana

Evergreen Perennial

From the Azores, where it is critically endangered in habitat. Perennial spurge with upright stems holding green bract fragrant flowers late winter through summer. Deer and gopher resistant!

Euphorbia xanti

Open branched, deciduous succulent shrub.

Large perennial shrub with pencil-like branches topped with exploding small cherry-like pink blossoms in spring through summer. Can spread and form large stands.

Euphorbia “Copton Ash”

Evergreen Herbaceous Perennial
Remains fairly dense year-round. Gray foliage, sulphur-yellow blooms all summer long. Deer-resistant.

Festuca “Jughandle”

F. rubra “Jughandle”
Evergreen Bunch Grass

Short, red stems and leaves for a small clump. Limp, narrow dark green leaves accent the natural chalky blueish green color. More shade and water tolerant than many fescues.

Festuca “Muse Meadow”

F. idahoensis “Muse Meadow”
Evergreen Bunch Grass

Small dense blue-green clumps with narrow blades. Grows best in full sun, with some late afternoon shade. Summer dormant, can be kept green with some irrigation. Deer Resistant.

Festuca “Rainbow”

F. amethystina “Rainbow”
Evergreen Fescue

“Multi-colored highlights (red tips, gold, and green) make this 12″ tufted grass as pretty as any flower”

Festuca “River House Blues”

F. californica “River House Blues”
Evergreen Bunch Grass

Deer Resistant. Makes a good groundcover for hillsides. Good under native Oaks. Summer-drought tolerant.

Festuca “Siskiyou Blue”

F. idahoensis “Siskiyou Blue”
Evergreen Bunch Grass

Beautiful spruce-blue cultivar. Deer Resistant. Makes a good groundcover for hillsides. Good under native Oaks. Summer-drought tolerant. Soft, graceful look.

Festuca “Stony Creek”

F. idahoensis “Stony Creek”
Evergreen Bunch Grass

Grows best in full sun, with some late afternoon shade. Summer dormant, can be kept green with some irrigation. Deer Resistant.

Festuca “Superba”

F. amethystina “Superba”
Evergreen Fescue

“Intensely blue-silver. Remarkable and outstanding for the slender amethyst colored stalks – vivid in June.”

Festuca “Warren’s Peak”

Evergreen Bunch Grass

Grows best in full sun, with some late afternoon shade. Starts off with narrow green blades and turns grey-green with age. Deer Resistant.

Festuca californica

Evergreen Bunch Grass

Deer Resistant. Makes a good groundcover for hillsides. Good under native Oaks. Summer-drought tolerant.

Festuca glauca

Evergeen Grass

Compact blue clumps maker a tough groundcover on coastal hillsides or borders. Looks great in containers, too! Deer resistant.

Festuca idahoensis

Evergreen Bunch Grass

Deer Resistant. Makes a good groundcover for hillsides. Good under native Oaks. Summer-drought tolerant.

Festuca rubra

Evergreen Bunch Grass

Deer Resistant. Good under native Oaks. Summer drought tolerant. Lawn alternative can be mowed to 2”h.