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Achillea millefolium ‘Sunny Pastels’
Fast-growing herbaceous perennial to 2’ tall and wide. Achillea has long been a popular garden favorite, prized for its lacy foliage and free-blooming nature. This unique variety forms a billowing mound of finely-divided, aromatic bright-green foliage accented with abundant, flat-topped flowers in shades of white, cream, lemon, orange and red. ...[ read more ]
Achillea x ‘Moonshine’
Moderate-growing herbaceous perennial to 18-24” tall and wide. Achillea has long been a popular garden favorite, prized for its lacy foliage and free-blooming nature. This attractive variety forms an upright-growing mound of finely-divided, gray-green foliage accented with abundant, flat-topped bright-yellow flowers that rise above the attractive foliage mid-spring through summer. ...[ read more ]
Acorus gramineus ‘Ogon’
Perennial with narrow long 1/4 gold-striped blades in a grass like form growing up to 12" tall and wide. They will grow in bog like or aquatic environments but can also succeed in well irrigated soil. It prefers sun to part shade in hot climates and ample water.
Acorus gramineus ‘Variegata’
Perennial with narrow long 1/4 wide white-striped blades in a grass like form growing up to 12" tall and wide. They will grow in bog like or aquatic environments but can also succeed in well irrigated soil. It prefers sun to part shade in hot climates and ample water.
This beautiful tall succulent has rosettes of dark reddish-bronze leaves on stems to 4 to 5 feet tall. Plant in full coastal sun to light shade in a well drained soil and irrigate occasionally. It should be cold hardy to about 25° F. This hybrid was created by California horticulturist ...[ read more ]
Succulent perennial with pale yellow variegated fleshy leaves with a bright red edge forming a rosette at the branch tips. In spring the stalks will produce a flower stalk blooming in pale yellow in spring or summer. Branches that flower will then die encourage new growth by cutting back branches ...[ read more ]
This succulent has large rosettes of variegated green and white leaves edged in bright coppery red that stand up on stalks to 18 inches tall. Requires full sun (coastal) to bright shade and occasional watering. Not frost hardy below 28 degrees F.
Aeonium arboreum ‘Zwartkop’
Succulent perennial with deep red to nearly black fleshy leaves forming a rosette at the branch tips. In spring the stalks will produce a flower stalk blooming in bright yellow in spring or summer. Branches that flower will then die encourage new growth by cutting back branches several inches below ...[ read more ]
Aeonium arboreum Atropurpureum
Succulent perennial with magenta-vivid green rosettes. Prefers full sun in cool areas - otherwise filtered sun to shade. Moderate water requirement. Might look sickly during warmer summer months but actually just conserving energy. Once cooler weather comes this beauty will perky up!
'Dinner Plate' rosettes 8-15" across. Long narrow gray-green leaves loosely arranged with reddish edges. Each stem can reach several feet tall. Does not respond well to pruning. Use in background so other plants hide the sparse leggy appearance. Dormant in summer months to conserve energy.
Aeonium urbicum rubrum
This is a great landscape addition consisting of rosettes of green succulent leaves tinted with red edges. It form mounds up to 2 feet across by 3-4 feet wide. Likes either full sun or substantial shade; tolerates regular garden watering to quite dry-this selection is extremely versatile. Sensitive to hard ...[ read more ]
Aeounium arboreum ‘Atropurpureum’
Aeonium arboreum 'Atropurpureum' (Purple Aeonium) - A striking dark purple succulent which forms branched stems 3 feet tall. Rosettes are formed at the ends of the stems. Yellow flowers form long clusters in the summer. It grows in full sun near the coast and partial shade inland. Water deeply but ...[ read more ]