Hottentot Ice Plant Carpobrotus edulis Succulent, perennial ground cover available in many colors. Good for containers, slopes or desert accents. Full sun, any soil, deep infrequent water once established. Fertilize with flower food in spring and summer.
Alonsoa meridionalis 'Red' "Mask Flower". Blooms lasting three months or more will impress you as much as me. When it slows down, just cut back to 6” tall, add a bit of compost & boom – it’s back with another explosion of 1” cinnabar-red, roundish Snapdragon-like flowers. Even in Winter! Nice in front of a bed & an excellent container plant. A bushy 30” high & 18” wide. If you live in a hot Summer area this "must have" is well worth growing as an annual.
Echium gentianoides “Tajinaste” We are thrilled to offer this extremely rare & endangered Echium from the island of La Palma in the Canary Islands! True caerulean blue flowers held in loose pyramidal spikes bloom the first year & are a sight to behold in the Spring garden! Emerging from pink buds, the cup-shaped flowers are well displayed above smooth, blue-grey, linear foliage.
Wheels of Wonder® Hot Pink Wonder Ice Plant - Super-sized, vibrant colored blooms to enjoy all summer and into fall. Succulent foliage spreads to form a dense mat, making a tough, drought tolerant groundcover or rock garden accent. Thrives in container plantings, spilling gently over the edges. Non-invasive. Evergreen.
ROSEBUD SAGE Also known as roseleaf sage or rosebud sage, this beautiful tall-growing salvia variety features dark green leaves and tall burgundy stems adorned with dark rose pink blooms that hummingbirds adore. Growing up to 5' tall, perfect as a back border in the flower bed. Blooms late Spring and throughout the hot summer months. Perennial zones 9-10. Can survive zone 8 with some winter mulching.