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2-4' tall by 3-4' wide, Sun LANTANA C. DWARF PINK (profuse Light pink blooms)
 
 

Coprosma 'Marble Queen' is sometimes called Dwarf Variegated Mirror Plant. It is an evergreen shrub with attractive white and green variegated leaves. It grows densely to 3 to 5 feet tall by 4-6 feet wide. Give regular to occasional irrigation. Cold tolerant to about 20 degrees F. Good plant for gardens along the coast because it tolerates beach front conditions.

Coprosma r. 'Marble Queen'
 
 
Deciduous tree with fast growth up to 60' tall and 40' wide. It has new red growth and showy flowers that turn into red fruit. The leaves are 2"-4" long with three to five lobes, bright green above and paler below turning bright scarlet in the fall. It prefers full sun to moderate shade in hottest areas, moderate to regular irrigation. Acer rubrum 'Red Sunset' (Red Maple)
 
 
Carissa m. Tuttle is a spreading groundcover with dark green leathery leaves and white star shaped flowers and red fruit. 2’ - 3’ height and 3’ wide. Low water use but with a moderate growth rate. Compact and dense. Full Sun. Carissa m. Tuttle (Tuttle' Natal PLum)
 
 

Good choice for containers, perennial gardens and smaller spaces due to size and neat habit. Grows 2' x 2', with attractive pinkish seed plumes. Not as self-seeding as some other Pennisetum varieties.

Pennisetum orientale (Oriental Fountain Grass)
 
 

Moderate growing evergreen to semi-evergreen perennial to 2-3' tall, spreading to roughly the same width via underground runners called rhizomes. Deeply-lobed, grape-leaf-like dark green foliage provides a great background to the abundance of golden-yellow-centered pink flowers that rise above the foliage late-summer through fall. Tolerates coastal conditions in full sun, but should be given some protection from sun in hotter inland locations. Prefers a moderate watering schedule, and makes a great choice for rock gardens or woodland settings. Despite its dainty appearance, makes a good cut flower. Attracts butterflies and bees. Full sun to partial shade.

 
 
Euonymus 'Blondy' grows bright yellow leaves with a dark green margin. Blondy® is a garden standout! Its tidy, mounded habit does not sprawl like that of other euonymus varieties making it an excellent low maintenance plant for mass plantings or along sidewalks. It is tolerant of most soils except extremely wet conditions. Pruning is not required but it may be shaped in the fall. As with most colorful plants, more dramatic color is displayed when planted in full sun. Euonymus 'Blondy' TM, PP #10424
 
 

Potentilla Pink Beauty is a prolific bloomer with clear pink flowers covering bright green foliage from late spring to early fall.  It has bluish-green foliage throughout the season with small fern-like compound leaves.  It is a versatile shrub for borders and along walks.  It is also suited to make low hedges and is used in some mass plantings.  Pink Beauty is deciduous.  It grows with a rounded form and provides a relatively fine texture that can set it apart from other plants.

 

Potentilla Pink Beauty is a relatively low maintenance shrub and will grow to be about 30 inches at maturity with a spread of about 3 feet. It tends to fill out right down to the ground.  It grows at a slow rate and does best in full sun to partial shade. It is very adaptable to both dry and moist locations and is considered to be drought-tolerant. It is also tolerant to different soil types.

Potentilla Pink Beauty
 
 
Helleborus O. Red Lady, the Lenten Red Lady, as it is sometimes called, produces up-facing deep red flowers clustered above glossy, leathery deep green leaves. Red Lady makes an excellent companion for Hostas in a shady garden. It is evergreen in milder climates. Most helleborus are great for beginner gardeners. They grow 14-18" tall with a similar clumping-type spread. Plant them in partial to full shade about 18" apart. Helleborus is winter hardy in Zones 4-9. Helleborus reseeds readily. For more plants, simply collect the seedlings and replant them in a new location while they are still small. Mature plants may be divided in the spring or fall. Helleborus O. Red Lady
 
 
Iris Douglasiana, known as the Douglas Iris, is a California native perennial. It’s a vigorous growing plant that forms 18 inch tall by 36 inches wide clumps of arching, evergreen leaves. Lavender blue to near white flowers appear in spring on 2 foot tall stems. Most Iris douglasiana are entirely blue. They are best planted in full sun to light shade on the coast and in light shade in the warmer inland areas. They require occasional water. Iris Douglasiana
 
 
Deciduous tree that is fast growing to 40' tall and 25' wide. Foliage is heart shaped and a rich green above with a pale underside. Seed cones attract birds, good for flower arranging. Alnus cordata (Italian Alder)
 
 
Baumea rubiginosa 'Variegata' (often known as Variegated Striped Rush). It’s an attractive upright growing plant with some rigidity stalks. 18-24 inch tall, a “sedge” like plant. 1/8 inch wide needle-like leaves are deep green and striped along one edge with yellow. This plant will grow in moist soils but seems to do best in loose soil with frequent to regular irrigation. Hardy to 0-10 degrees F. Baumea rubiginosa 'Variegata'
 
 

Rounded, upright growth to 2-4' tall. Blooms spring-summer with bright-red blooms. Attracts Butterflies & Hummingbirds. Drought Tolerant.

Salvia greggii 'Desert Blaze' PP #8560 (Desert Blaze Autumn Sage)
 
 
Great for hanging baskets and window boxes. The trailing succulent stems of the Balcon Pelargonium bear attractive glossy green foliage with a naturally trailing habit. With regular deadheading, these stunning ivy-leafed ‘Balcon’ geraniums will flower profusely throughout the summer months with an astonishing resilience to whatever weather is thrown at them. For the most eyecatching displays, plant ‘Balcon’ geraniums in single colours. Trails to 18”. Pelargonium Balcon 'Lavender'
 
 

2-3' tall, 2' wide. Mounded form. Orange-Red fall color. Excellent groundcover or accent plant. Sun or shade.

Nandina d. 'Harbor Dwarf' (Harbor Dwarf Heavenly Bamboo)
 
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