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  • Westringia rosmariniformis

    Westringia rosmariniformis

    Fast-growing evergreen shrub with a spreading growth habit to 3-6’ tall x 5-10’ wide. Interesting rosemary-like pale-green leaves with white undersides are accented with dainty brilliant-white flowers that appear on the branch tips primarily in spring and throughout the year in warmer climates. This popular species is revered for it’s ...[ read more ]

  • Giant Chain Fern

    Woodwardia fimbriata

    Woodwardia fimbriata is the largest fern native to North America and is found along the western half of Oregon Washington and British Columbia. It grows as far south as California and Baja California as well as in Nevada and Arizona. The soft green long fronds and graceful shape of the ...[ read more ]

  • Shiny Xylosma

    Xylosma congestum

    Large evergreen shrub growing to 8-10' tall and wide. Can also be trained into a small tree. Gracefully arching branches of lance-shaped bronzy-red new foliage that matures to a chartreuse-green with an attractive glossy sheen. This heat-tolerant species is easily kept to a smaller size as it takes well to ...[ read more ]

  • Compact Shiny Xylosma

    Xylosma congestum ‘Compacta’

    Large evergreen shrub growing to 5-8' tall and wide. Gracefully arching branches of lance-shaped bronzy-red new foliage matures to a lovely chartreuse-green with an attractive glossy sheen. This heat-tolerant species is easily kept to a smaller size as it takes well to shearing making it a fine choice to use ...[ read more ]

  • Spanish Bayonnet

    Yucca aloifolia

    Slow-growing evergreen succulent to 10-15’ tall x 6-8’ wide with age. This Southern U.S. and Mexico native is a trunk-forming species that features single or multiple upright-growing stems adorned with sharply-pointed, dark-green leaves that populate the upper portions of their rigid trunks. Adding further appeal to this heat-loving, drought tolerant ...[ read more ]

  • Yucca aloifolia ‘Marginata’ Golden Spanish Dagger

    This is a striking plant that can be grown as a single or mulitple stemmed specimen. The foliage is stiff green leaves with strong cream-variegated margins that flush with red much of the year. Plant in full sun or light shade in fairly well drained soil - it tolerates sandy ...[ read more ]

  • Adam's Needle

    Yucca filamentosa

    Moderately fast-growing, clumping evergreen succulent to 3-4’ tall and wide. This cold hardy, Southeastern U.S. native is a trunkless species forming a dense rosette of narrow, spine-tipped, bluish-green leaves margined with filament-like hair that curls away from the leaf surface. Leaves emerge upright from the center of the rosette, with ...[ read more ]

  • Adams Needle 'Bright Edge'

    Yucca filamentosa ‘Bright Edge’

    Brightly colored with sword like leaves up to 4 foot long growing up to 3 foot tall. Foliage is yellow and green striped with long fibers at the edges. Bears yellowish-white tubular flowers in late spring. Can withstand temperatures to 0* F hardy to zone 1. Needs heat to thrive ...[ read more ]

  • Yucca filamentosa ‘Color Guard’

    An excellent evergreen yucca for low maintenance low water gardens. Fragrant white flowers on very tall stalk in warmer months. The best yellow centered yucca available. Use to add an architectural statement to the garden. Attracts birds hummingbirds bees. Does well in a container. Hardy.

  • Yucca flaccida ‘Golden Sword’

    Brightly colored with sword like leaves up to 4 foot long growing up to 3 foot tall. Foliage is yellow and green striped less rigid than other varieties.. Bears white tubular flowers in late spring. Can withstand temperatures to 0* F hardy to zone 1. Needs heat to thrive and ...[ read more ]

  • Weeping Yucca

    Yucca pendula / recurvifolia

    Moderate-growing evergreen succulent to 6-10’ tall and wide. Native to the Southeastern United States, this bold, drought tolerant species spreads by offsets to form large colonies with age, with older specimens eventually forming upright trunks. Broad, gracefully arching gray-green leaves are accented with 3-5’ tall spikes of large, showy, creamy-white ...[ read more ]

  • Our Lord's Candle

    Yucca whipplei

    Moderate-growing evergreen succulent to 2-3’ tall x 4-5’ wide. This California native is a trunkless species forming a dense rosette of narrow, silvery-bluish-green leaves margined with fine teeth and a very sharp terminal spine. Definitely best-suited for areas with little human or pet traffic. Leaves emerge upright from the center ...[ read more ]

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