Lavender stoechas ‘Bandera Purple’

Lavender stoechas ‘Bandera Purple’ Lavender stoechas ‘Bandera Purple’ is an attractive Spanish Lavender that has a mounded growth habit with branches growing 7-10 inches tall and 10-12 inches wide. This compact Lavender has good branching and uniformity, and is an excellent choice for containers or mixed perennial beds. ‘Bandera Purple’ requires full sun and average moisture. (Overly wet or overly dry soil will have an adverse effect on flower production.) It is hardy to approximately 39°F. When the temperature falls below this, frost protection should be provided. The flowers are dark purple with medium purple flags (bracts), and are sweetly scented with that distinct lavender fragrance we

Echeveria ‘Blue Atoll’

Echeveria ‘Blue Atoll’ With today’s busy lifestyles, we can all appreciate plants that are beautiful, easy to grow and require minimal maintenance. Echeveria ‘Blue Atoll’ is one such plant. This tender succulent grows 4-6 inches tall and can spread up to 10 inches across. The powdery blue-green rosettes look similar to Lotus flowers, with slightly cupped leaves that come to a point on the tips. The cool colors of this lovely succulent add a sense of calm and well-being to any area it calls home. It is easily adaptable as a house plant as long as it is placed in a bright room, and planted in a container that has porous, well-drained soil. It requires occasional water; allow soil to dry before

Salvia leucophylla ‘Point Sal Spreader’

Salvia leucophylla ‘Point Sal Spreader’ This California Native Sage originates from the Point Sal area in Santa Barbara County. Because its natural habitat is coastal bluffs, this tough evergreen shrub is tolerant of seaside conditions as well as drought, heat and cold. At maturity ’Point Sal Spreader’ grows 1-3 feet tall x 10-12 feet wide. It has arching branches with upturned tips. The branches root where they touch the soil, making it an excellent choice for erosion control when planted along slopes or to naturalize a large area. The low-growing, spreading growth habit provides shelter from the elements for small mammals, songbirds and reptiles. Hummingbirds, Native Bees and Honeybees are

Iberis sempervirens (Candytuft)

Iberis sempervirens (Candytuft) This is one of those tried and true perennials that continues to deliver outstanding landscape performance year in and year out. Iberis sempervirens, AKA “Candytuft” is a rather compact shrub that grows 6-12” tall x 12-24” wide. It has narrow, dark green foliage that is topped with clusters of brilliant white flowers. It comes into bloom in mid-winter and stays blooming through late spring. In cooler coastal regions it will continue to put on a show well into mid-summer. We are currently growing two varieties: ‘Snow Cone’ and ‘Snowsurfer Forte’, both being two of the newest varieties on the market. When mass planted they create sheets of pure white, and placed

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