Salvia 'Mystic Spires'
A close up shot of THE SPIRE! (pictured above) If you’re a fan of Salvia ‘Indigo Spires,’ you’ll love the more compact and free-flowering version, Salvia ‘Mystic Spires!’ This shrubby perennial puts on an almost never-ending display of violet-blue blooms in the Summer! Even the velvety-purple calyxes remain deep in color long after the blooms fall off, guaranteeing long-lasting aesthetic appeal in the garden. Like all sages, this plant has square stems and whorls of two-lippe
A close up look at celeriac roots. Photo courtesy of Country Hills Golf Club. If you’re in the market to try a new vegetable in your fall garden, try Celeriac ‘Rowena!’ Celeriac, also known as celery root, is a root vegetable native to southern and northern Europe. It’s a type of celery with strong, dark green foliage and smooth, rounded, edible roots. It boasts a delicate, sweet flavor and texture. It received the Royal Horticultural Society’s ‘Award of Garden Merit’ based o
Graptosedum ' California Sunset'
If you love the classic colors of a California sunset, you’ll be in awe of the peachy pink hues of Graptosedum ‘California Sunset.’ ‘California Sunset’ boasts lovely rosette-shaped leaves that have peachy pink leaf tips and fade into a green color in the center. Graptosedum is a hybrid cross between Graptopetalum paraguayense and Sedum aldolphii. The green center comes from the gray-green color of G. paraguayense. They are similar to an echeveria but much tougher. Beautiful w
Epilobium californica ‘Catalina’ (CA Native)
The hottest days of summer are no threat to Epilobium californica ‘Catalina.’ For many of the California Fuchsia’s, it’s their season to shine! These cheerful, bright orange-red flowers are a must have in any native garden. E. californica ‘Catalina’ is unusually tall for a fuchsia, growing up to 4-5’ high! They’re also known to bloom later and longer than other cultivars – a win if you’re looking for color to last you through summer and fall! The leaves are a soft grey-green
Solidago velutina ssp. californica ‘California Goldenrod’ (CA Native)
S. californica coming into bloom at the nursery in early October As we near the end of summer, most garden flowers are heading into winter dormancy, but Solidago velutina ssp. californica ‘California Goldenrod’ is getting ready to put on a lively display! Cheerful clusters of golden-yellow daisies bloom on slender, wand-like stalks in late summer and fall. This showy native is sure to enliven the garden and add vibrant color. S. californica has lovely blue-green foliage with