Rosa ‘Iceberg’ Shrub Rose

Rosa ‘Iceberg’ Shrub Rose Introduced to the horticultural market in 1958 by plant breeders Kordes, Rosa ‘Iceberg’ is one of the best-selling roses of all time. ‘Iceberg’ is a robust Florabunda shrub rose that is well-branched, with smooth, slender stems and glossy deep green foliage. An abundance of bright white, 3” double flowers bloom from late spring through first frost. The plants grow 4-5 ft tall x 4 ft wide and create an elegant display when mass planted. Rosa ‘Iceberg’ has won several horticultural awards through the years including the Royal Horticultural Society “Award of Garden Merit’’ and the National Rose Society Gold Medal. ‘Iceberg’ is easy to care for and has strong disease re

Mentha suaveolens ‘Apple Mint’

Mentha suaveolens ‘Apple Mint’ Native to southern and western Europe as well as the Mediterranean region, Mentha suaveolens ‘Apple Mint’ is part of the family Lamiacea. Other aromatic-culinary herbs in this family include Sage, Marjoram, Basil, Oregano, Rosemary, Savory, Hyssop and Lavender. ‘Apple Mint’ grows on sturdy stems that reach 1 ½ - 3 ft tall and spread by rhizomes. The gray-green foliage is rounded and slightly hairy, with a sweet-minty flavor and scent. The pale-purple flowers grow on 2-3” spikes and attract Butterflies and Bees to the garden. As with all varieties of mint, these plants have a tenacious root system and will easily spread, creating a beautiful and fragrant groundc

Plumbago auriculata ‘Imperial Blue’

Plumbago auriculata 'Imperial Blue' is one of those perennials, when mass planted, catches your eye and makes you say wow! The powder-blue flower clusters that virtually cover this evergreen shrub really make a statement. ‘Imperial Blue’ is a very versatile shrub as it can grow upright and climb to 20 feet tall, or can be pruned to form more manageable rounded mound. If given the opportunity, this plant will ramble along the ground, sending out graceful arching branches that can grow 6-8 feet long. To create a beautiful hedge, plant several shrubs 4 to 6 feet apart. As the plants grow, they will fill in the empty spaces between them and create a graceful cascading appearance. They also are a

Epilobium canum ‘Hollywood Flame’ (Zauschneria canum)

Epilobium canum ‘Hollywood Flame’ (Zauschneria canum) As summer fades into fall there are some plants that really begin to show their stuff. Epilobium canum ‘Hollywood Flame’ is one such plant. The deep red tubular flowers begin blooming in late summer, attracting Hummingbirds and Butterflies from far and wide. These California Natives can be found growing in rocky outcroppings and seasonal creeks banks in the hills around Los Angeles, CA. They are moderately drought tolerant, heat tolerant and are hardy to about 10°F. ‘Hollywood Flame’ grows 18-24” tall and has a sprawling-spreading habit. These are a fantastic addition to a California native landscape and pair well with Salvia clevelandii

Chrysocephalum apiculatum ‘Desert Flame’

Chrysocephalum apiculatum ‘Desert Flame’ This low growing perennial is native to Australia and is listed as one of Australia’s “Aussie Winners” for its excellent performance in Mediterranean climate gardens. Chrysocephalum apiculatum ‘Desert Flame’ has a decumbent growth pattern which means that the stems lie flat along the ground with a spread of 20-30 inches, and the tips, which bear flowers, turning upwards to a height of 6 inches. This plant is an excellent choice for many areas of a garden that are in full sun. It’s silver-grey foliage and golden-yellow button head flowers create a stunning border if mass planted. If planted along the edge of a retaining wall, its blooms will spill over

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