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AZALEA ALASKA - 3-5'x4-6' single to semi double white flower.

AZALEA FIELDERS WHITE - 4-6'x4-6' single white flower, upright.

AZALEA FORMOSA - 4-8' rich lavender pink flowers, upright.

AZALEA GEORGE TABER - 6-8'x4-6' single light pink with dark pink markings.

AZALEA HAPPY DAYS - 3-5'x4-6' double deep violet flowers.

AZALEA MISSION RED - Vivid red semi-double ruffled flowers early to midseason.

AZALEA MISTRAL - Lush, mounded form, covered with extra large pink blooms for a showy spring display. Beautiful, bright green foliage, well-suited for a year-round border, informal evergreen hedge or landscape accent. Partial shade to filtered sun. Needs regular watering - weekly, or more often in extreme heat. Moderate growing; reaches 4 to 6 ft. tall and wide. Zones 8-9.

AZALEA PINK BUBBLES - Light pink large double flowers early to midseason.

AZALEA PRIDE OF DORKING - 3-5'x3-5', deep carmine red, upright.

AZALEA RED BIRD - 4'x4', dark red ruffled flowers most of the season, dark foliage.

AZALEA SOUTHERN CHARM - 6-8', pale watermelon pink flower.

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CEANOTHUS CONCHA - Evergreen shrub to 8' tall x 10' wide. Dark blue flower in spring. Plant in full sun light shade. Low water needs. Hardy to 10 degrees F.

CEANOTHUS GLORIOSUS ANCHOR BAY – A dense, low-spreading groundcover with slightly arching branches that grows up to 3 feet tall and 4-6 feet wide. The leathery, dark green, holly-like leaves are toothed along the margins and the small but numerous flower clusters are bright blue. 'Anchor Bay' is a garden-tolerant selection of the species that was singled out for its handsome foliage and slightly darker flowers. It is one of the best groundcover ceanothus for coastal sites but does well in inland conditions if given a bit of shade and modest irrigation during the summer months. Hardy to about 15 degrees F. Plants also tolerate salt spray and are less susceptible to deer browse than other ceanothus due to their spiny leaves.

CEANOTHUS HORIZONTALIS - fast-growing, durable groundcover reaches 2-3' tall and spreads 8-12' wide. Plants bear 1 1/2 inch long, glossy, dark green leaves and bright blue flower clusters in winter through early spring. Despite its coastal origins, will grow inland with no watering once established when sited in partial shade. Especially effective as a large-scale groundcover where salt-laden ocean spray is a factor. Hardy to about 15° F. Plants typically mound up to 5 feet tall if planted too close together. Judicious pruning is recommended to maintain a dense form and promote vigor.

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GREVILLEA LANIGERA - A bushy mounding evergreen shrub to 5 tall and as wide, with narrow gray-green leaves that are slightly hairy. Reddish cream curved flowers form in clusters throughout the plant in late winter and spring. It tolerates moist soil and partial shade and is cold hardy to at least 18 º F. Full sun, Light shade. Drought tolerant.

GREVILLEA LONG JOHN - An upright rounded shrub 10' tall and 8-12' wide with thin, long, somewhat soft, needle-like leaves along vertical branches . Large, dark rose-pink and orange flower clusters form on the ends of branches. Can be used for cut flowers. Plant in full sun in a well-drained soil. Hardy to the mid 20° F.

GREVILLEA NOELLII - small, mounding shrub 4' tall, 8' wide with pendulous branches covered with glossy green, needle-like leaves and curved pinkish flowers that form along the branches in mid-spring. Needs occasional irrigation; fairly drought resistant in coastal plantings. Tolerates a wide range of conditions but becomes chlorotic when exposed to phosphorus fertilizer. Hardy to 20 º F.

GREVILLEA ROBUSTA - Broadleaf evergreen tree, tall, fast growing to 115’, symmetrical, pyramidal when young, old trees have broad tops 30-35’, branches have silvery pubescent. Leaves are fern-like, dark green above, silky pubescent below. Flowers golden orange-yellow, produced singly or in 2s or 3s, flowering only occurs in trees in a subtropical and tropical environments. Sun, does well in heat. A valuable, fast growing, shade tree in the tropics and subtropics. Brittle in high winds. Heavy leaf drop in the spring, sporadic drop throughout the year. A popular potted plant in cooler climates. Hardy to USDA Zones 8-11. Young trees injured at 24° F, older trees at 1° F.

GREVILLEA ROSMARINIFOLIA - Evergreen shrub to 5' tall x 8' wide green pine needle leaves & rose pink flowers late winter to spring. Full sun. Drought tolerant. 20-25 degrees F.

GREVILLEA THELEMANNIANA - A low groundcover to 10" tall by 4' wide with soft green leaves and red flowers much of the year. Full sun, light shade. Occasional H2O. Hardy to 25F.

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ACACIA BAILEYANA - Medium evergreen tree to about 20-30' tall with a spread of 20-40', has blue-gray, feathery leaves and blooms clusters of small yellow fragrant flowers, mostly in spring and winter. Very hardy and drought tolerant - requires little to no water once established. Prefers full sun and likes heat. Growth rate is moderate. Drought is tolerant.

ACACIA CULTRIFORMIS (Knifeleaf Acacia) - multi-trunked small tree growing to 15 feet tall and as wide. The gray-green triangular leaves are tightly held to drooping gray branches. Fragrant yellow rounded flowers form in clusters in spring. Plant in full sun to light shade and irrigate occasionally to infrequently. Not fussy about soil type, but it requires good drainage. Reliably cold hardy to 20°F and not damaged in our December 1990 freeze with short term temperatures of 18°F. This is a great drought and frost tolerant plant for the garden that can be used as a focal or screening shrub or trained up as a small tree and cut branches work great in flower arrangements.

ACACIA LATIFOLIA - Fast growing. Large rounded shrub or small tree. Tolerates poor soil. Yellow flowers late winter/early spring. Full Sun. 20' tall and wide.

ACACIA REDOLENS PROSTRATA - This is a fast growing, drought tolerant shrub or groundcover growing no higher than 3' and spreading 12 to 15' wide. The leaves are gray green; it has yellow flowers from February to April.

ACACIA STENOPHYLLA (Shoe-String Acacia) - An open, quick-growing tree to 30' tall by 20' wide. Very long narrow and slightly twisted, drooping leaves lightly clothe weeping branches. Small rounded creamy yellow flowers appear in late winter/spring followed by clusters of brown seed pods. New bark is maroon. A good tree that provides light shade in drought tolerant gardens. Hardy to about 20-25 degrees F.

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HIBBERTIA SCANDENS - generally small to medium shrubs with yellow, buttercup-like flowers, a fairly vigorous climber or scrambler, growing to 6-15’ long. It has elliptic to obovate leaves. The large golden yellow flowers, occur throughout the year but are most commonly seen in late Spring and Summer. The individual flowers usually last only a day or two but new flowers are produced over a long period. This plant is very commonly seen in cultivation and will tolerate a wide range of climates, including exposure to salt-laden winds. It flowers best in full sun but will also grow successfully in semi-shaded areas. It prefers soils with reasonable drainage and will tolerate at least moderate frost. The species makes an excellent screening plant on walls or fences or growing as a scrambler among more established plants. However, it can easily smother smaller plants generally, are easy to grow from cuttings.

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JUNIPERUS CHINENSIS - slow-growing evergreen shrub with a formal appearance, with its narrow, columnar form and outstanding foliage. CHINENSIS BLUE POINT - has several traits that make it a popular plant for landscaping. The tree’s pyramidal shape and blue-green foliage can contrast nearby plants' shape and color. Planted in a group, serves as a windbreak, reaches 12’ tall, 8’ wide. CHINENSIS PROSTRATA - grows to 8’ or more. Dense short twigs on flat, rather heavy branches. In general, an outstanding, shrub with dense, upright branches clothed in sharply pointed, bright green needles. low-maintenance shrub with many uses in the home landscape. CHINENSIS SPARTAN - Formal in appearance, conical or pyramidal in shape with deep green,dense scale-like foliage. Quickly reaches 15’ tall, 3-5’ wide.

JUNIPERUS CONFERTA BLUE PACIFIC - evergreen shrub that is native to certain sandy coastal areas. It is a dense, low-spreading plant that grows 10-18” tall and spreads by creeping, branched stems over time to 6-8’ wide.

- Evergreen groundcover 6" tall by x 5' wide with short blue-green needle-like leaves. Full, part sun. Hardy to <0 degrees F.

JUNIPERUS SABINA TAMARISCIFOLIA - Medium growing spreading evergreen coniferous shrub to 2.5' tall and up to 10' wide. Likes sun or partial shade, and little to moderate water.
Commonly used as a groundcover.

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