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Verbena “Endurascape Purple”

Evergreen Perennial

Beautiful vibrant purple flowers nearly year-round. Grows wide in the ground or makes for a spectacular container plant and in hanging baskets.

Verbena “Endurascape Red”

Evergreen Perennial

Beautiful vibrant purple flowers nearly year-round. Grows wide in the ground or makes for a spectacular container plant and in hanging baskets.

Verbena “Little One”

V. bonariensis “Little One”
Upright Perennial

Stunning dwarf airy vertical stems topped with purple flowers mid summer work well mixed in with mounding perennials like Salvia, or poking out from a low growing Prickly Pear.

Verbena “Lollipop”

V. bonariensis “Lollipop”
Upright Perennial

Stunning dwarf airy vertical stems topped with purple flowers mid summer work well mixed in with mounding perennials like Salvia, or poking out from a low growing Prickly Pear.

Verbena “Superbena” c.v.

Trailing Perennial

Hybridized for a range of flower colors. Spreading perennial with dentate, deeply serrated leaves. Blooms from spring to fall with beautiful heads of fragrant flowers in a perfect dome shape. Prefers a well-drained and medium-fertile soil.

Verbena “Tapien Blue Violet”

Trailing Perennial

Flowers range from dark purple through lavender. Not reliably freeze hardy. Great in hanging baskets. They take trimming well, and respond with thickened habit and renewed flowering.

Verbena bonariensis

Upright Perennial

Stunning airy vertical stems topped with purple flowers mid summer work well mixed in with mounding perennials like Salvia, or poking out from an upright Prickly Pear.

Verbena lilacina “de la Mina”

Perennial

A small growing mounding subshrub with violet flowers through the summer. Will look more lush and have continuous blooms with occasional water through the summer.

Verbena lilacina “Paseo Rancho”

Perennial

Light lavender flowers. A small growing mounding subshrub with flowers through the summer. Will look more lush and have continuous blooms with occasional water through the summer. Introduced by the Rancho Santa Ana Botanical Garden.

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.

Vitis girdiana

Deciduous Climbing Vine

Fast growing California native grape. Gray and green leaves, edible small black fruit. Great leafy vine for walls and fences.

Vitis vinifera “Purpurea”

Deciduous Climbing Vine

Deep red colored leaves through summer, spectacular autumn display. More compact than most grapes. Prune when dormant. Edible small purple fruit.

Vriesea “Nova”

V. gigantea v. seideliana “Nova”
Sometimes known as V. hieroglyphica “Nova”

Spectacular rosettes grow to 30″, can be grown outside in a protected spot. Bluish green leaves with a hint of rose. Great for terrariums when small.

Vriesea “Red Chestnut”

V. fosteriana “Red Chestnut”

Glossy green leaves age to a deep chestnut red, with white striping. 24″ across.

Vriesea saundersii

Chalky green and purple leaves with a hint of blue. Great for terrariums when small.

Weberbauerocereus johnsonii

Golden spined column, slow growing, eventualy treelike to 20ft., usually branching above 6ft. White tubular flowers.

Welwitschia mirabilis

One of the wierdest tropical desert plants.
Care: Water weekly first year, do not let fully dry out. Water every 1-2 weeks thereafter. 4 hrs min. afternoon sun. Sensitive to changing light conditions. Senstivie to transplant – keep roots intact.

Whitesloanea crassa

Rare caudiciform stapeliad; dry and warm in winter. Can grow to 10″ tall. We grow them with weekly water during the hot part of the year and monthly or less in the winter.

Woodwardia fimbriata

Semi-evergreen Fern

“Our largest native fern, often encountered along creeks and mountain seeps. Rather coarsely cut, light green fronds.”

x Chiranthofremontia

Chiranthodendron pentadactylon X Fremontodendron “Pacific Sunset”
Evergreen shrub

Large, broad, showy intergenic hybrid. If provided space in a garden, this centerpiece plant will be covered in golden flowers in spring. No water once established.

Xerosicyos danguyi

Thick round leaves on a vining succulent. Leaves will die back in drought conditions. Indoor in winter. Prefers heat.

Yucca “Blue Boy”

Y. desmetiana “Blue Boy”

Lovely, purple-blue leaves make this yucca stand out in the garden. Will get a rounded shape over time as foliage arches. Large, white flowers on long stalks bloom in summer.

Yucca “Bright Edge”

Y. filamentosa “Bright Edge”

Low growing w/yellow edged leaves, tall bloom spikes with creamy white flowers