Dwarf Pittosporum

At 3’-4’ tall, the Dwarf Pittosporum, or Wheeler’s Dwarf Pittosporum, appears as a compact mound of dark green foliage. It produces no noticeable flowers.

Elephant Food

The Elephant Food bush requires little water and can be trimmed to stand upright with a mature height of 3’ or to spread and trail.

Fountain Grass

Growing to 3’-4’ high, Fountain Grass’ light green foliage is topped with lighter narrow plumes.

Fox Tail Fern

Fast growing fern shrub, up to 3’x3’. Thrives in the direct sunlight and/or partial shade.

Gardenia Jasminoldes

Medium growing evergreen broadleaf shrub. Grows 4’ to 6’ tall. Likes partial shade, and does well in containers. Blooms fragrant white flowers.

Gold Lantana

The butterfly attracting Gold Lantana flowers from spring through the fall and is extremely hardy and heat loving. With its trailing growth it makes a great ground cover or hanging plant.

Golden Arborvitae

Medium growing, evergreen shrubs. Groups 5’-10’ tall and 5’-10’ wide. Thrives in full sunshine. Trim as needed.

Green Cloud Sage

This medium to large shrub grows fast in full sun. The pink flowers of the Green Cloud Sage are seen in cycles from spring through fall.

Green Hopseed

This sun-loving shrub can grow to a height of 10’. The slow growing Green Hopseed bush is an ideal xeriscape plant.

Hamelia Paten

Also known as the Firebush, Hummingbird Bush, Scarlet Bush, and Redhead, the Hamelia Paten attracts hummingbirds and butterflies with its orange-red flowers.

Heavenly Bamboo

Grows 3’ to 8’ tall, and2’ to 4’ wide. This shrub love the sunshine with occasional watering. Colorful year round, and blooms white flowers in the Spring.

Heavenly Cloud Sage

The waves of light purple flowers of the fast-growing Heavenly Cloud Sage are a pleasant combination with its unusual upright growth pattern.


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