|Image||Botanical Name||Common Name||Description|
|Viola hederacea||Australian Violet||
White flowers with pale violet centers bloom above a creeping mat of glossy green foliage. Repeat bloomer.
|Viola labradorica||Labrador Violet||
A low tuft of purple-tinged leaves, with small purple violets in spring and fall. May continue blooming all summer in cool-summer regions.
|Waldesteinia fragaroides||Barren Strawberry||
Mat forming plant with evergreen, light green foliage that turns bronze in winter. Yellow flowers. Deer resistant.
|Woodwardia orientalis||Crested Oriental Chain Fern||
Large, arching fronds have a feathery look. Tiny plantlets form on the fronds’ upper surfaces, and fall off to start new ferns.
|Woodwardia unigemmata||Jeweled Chain Fern||
Evergreen fern with arching, finely dissected fronds. New growth emerges bright red, eventually changing to medium green. Protect from drying winds.
|Yucca 'Color Guard'||Color Guard Adam's Needle||
Spiked, striped foliage of white and dark-green provides great architectural interest. Fragrant snow-white blooms in summer.
|Yucca 'Golden Sword'||Golden Sword Adam's Needle||
Green and yellow striped sword-like leaves with spikes of fragrant, ivory white blooms in spring. Evergreen.
|Yucca baccata var. baccata||Banana Yucca||
Short, often multi-trunked Yucca forming rosettes of long, narrow, sharply pointed blue-gray leaves. Displays tall stalks of creamy flowers that attract pollinators. Develops banana-shaped edible fruits.
|Yucca dismetiana 'Blue Boy'||Blue Boy Yucca||
Displays rigid, sword-shaped leaves which are gray-green and powdery-blue low in the clump. The leaves then turn a dusky purple as they arch out. swords turn more red in winter. Evergreen.
|Yucca filamentosa 'Bright Edge'||Bright Edge Yucca||
This smaller Yucca displaying bold, upright, swordlike leaves edged in bright gold, and topped in season by large, fragrant, ivory blooms. Forms dramatic clumps.
|Yucca treculeana||Spanish Dagger||
Very large, imposing Yucca featuring rosettes of rigid, boat-shaped, bayonet-like leaves, arranged around a thick trunk. Displays a huge spike of white flowers.