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Coral Aloe

Aloe striata Coral Aloe

Displays rosettes of flat, broad, mostly horizontal, pale pink to blue-green succulent leaves marked with dark lines. Coral flowers. Ideal in landscapes and containers or can adapt as a houseplant.  Provide a well-drained soil away from reflected heat.  Once established, water infrequently during the hot season.  Protect from frost.

Wolkberg Aloe

Aloe vryheidensis (Little Shop of Horrors) Wolkberg Aloe

Slow-growing tree Aloe that displays multiple stems of flaming reddish-orange flowers amid gray-green succulent leaves.  Ideal in landscapes and containers or can adapt as a houseplant. Provide a well-drained soil away from reflected heat.  Once established, water infrequently during the hot season.  Protect from frost. Attractive to bees.

Basket of Gold Alyssum

Alyssum saxatile 'Summit' Basket of Gold Alyssum

Clusters of fragrant yellow flowers are displayed on an evergreen, compact, bushy perennial with gray-green foliage. Plant in well-drained soil. Ideal in mixed borders, rock gardens and containers.  Prune back by 50% after blooming.

Bush Tango Kangaroo Paw

Anigozanthos 'Bush Tango' Bush Tango Kangaroo Paw

This evergreen Kangaroo Paw displays orange fuzzy flower buds that open to green petaled flowers on 2′ tall, branched stalks.  Grass-like, strappy leaves.  Ideal in beds, borders and containers.  Plant in full sun and water occasionally in the summer.  Does best in well-drained soil.  Protect from temperatures below 30 degrees F.  Attracts hummingbirds.

Crimson Star Columbine

Aquilegia caerulea 'Crimson Star' Crimson Star Columbine

Displays spurred star-like flowers of scarlet-red and white with yellow anthers.  An attractive show of mounding, dark-green foliage.  Not fussy about soils, but good drainage is necessary. Use in beds, cottage gardens and borders.  Long stems make it prime for cut flowers. Herbaceous perennial.

Heavenly Blue Columbine

Aquilegia caerulea 'Heavenly Blue' Heavenly Blue Columbine

Displays very large flowers of the most wonderful sky-blue petals and spurs, and a white corolla with yellow stamens.  Light-green, fern-like foliage. Not fussy about soils, but good drainage is necessary. Use in beds, cottage gardens and borders, and for cut flowers. Herbaceous perennial.

Barlow Black Columbine

Aquilegia vulgaris 'Barlow Black' Barlow Black Columbine

Displays double, upward facing, spurless, dark purple-black flowers above a clumping perennial with finely textured, blue-green foliage.  Plant in moist, well-drained soil.  Great in woodland gardens, mid-border, as an accent plant or in containers. Deadhead to encourage continuous bloom.

Indian Holly Fern

Arachnoides simplicior 'Variegata' Indian Holly Fern

This tropical, semi-evergreen fern has broadly triangular fronds.  Shiny, rich green fronds display a distinctive gold midstripe down each leaflet. Ferns thrive in neutral to acidic, loose, richly organic soil. Excellent for mass plantings, rock gardens, containers, in woodlands and naturalized landscapes.

Bigberry Manzanita

Arcotostaphylos glauca Bigberry Manzanita

Small tree or rounded, evergreen shrub displaying elliptical, blue-green leaves and attractive smooth, mahogany bark. Tolerant of a wide range of soils and fairly drought-tolerant once established.  Makes an excellent low hedge, barrier or mixed in a perennial border.

Greenspire Manzanita

Arctostaphylos 'Greenspire' Greenspire Manzanita

Clusters of white, bell-shaped flowers bloom above this low growing evergreen shrub. The dark green, leathery leaves add substance and form. A very slow growing selection. Native plant of the Pacific Northwest.  Manzanita can be a suitable groundcover for dry, sandy soils.  Best growth occurs in acid soils.  Excellent for edging and rock gardens.

Lester Rowntree Manzanita

Arctostaphylos 'Lester Rowntree' Lester Rowntree Manzanita

Dense, upright, evergreen shrub displaying leathery, blue-green leaves on red-brown stems. Pink, bell-shaped flowers bloom early, often in winter. Very drought tolerant, once roots are established. Provide good drainage and full sun.  Excellent choice for hedges and barrier plants.

Sentinel Manzanita

Arctostaphylos densiflora 'Sentinel' Sentinel Manzanita

Upright, openly branched, evergreen shrub displaying grey-green, leathery leaves. Clusters of bright pink, bell-shaped flowers bloom over a long period of time. Tolerant of a wide range of soils and fairly drought tolerant, once established.  Makes an excellent low hedge, barrier or mixed in a perennial border.

Big Sur Manzanita

Arctostaphylos edmundsii 'Big Sur' Big Sur Manzanita

Low growing evergreen shrub with an open branching habit. Displays attractive mahogany bark. Clusters of pink, bell-shaped flowers bloom early. Tolerant of a wide range of soils and fairly drought tolerant, once established.  Makes an excellent low hedge, barrier or mixed in a perennial border.

Eastwood Manzanita

Arctostaphylos glandulosa Eastwood Manzanita

Upright, rounded shrub displaying dull green leaves and smooth, red-brown bark. Clusters of white, bell-shaped flowers bloom early. Tolerant of a wide range of soils and fairly drought tolerant once established.  Makes an excellent low hedge, barrier or mixed in a perennial border.

Buena Vista Hooker's Manzanita

Arctostaphylos hookeri 'Buena Vista' Buena Vista Hooker's Manzanita

Low growing, mat-forming evergreen shrub displaying glossy dark green leaves. Clusters of light pink, bell-shaped flowers bloom in early summer. Native plant of the Pacific Northwest.  Manzanita can be a suitable groundcover for dry, sandy soils.  Excellent for edging and rock gardens.

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