Shrub

  • Abutilon palmeri 1g

    Very drought tolerant, but will thrive in well drained soils and some summer water. In the wild, plants re-bloom after summer rains. Will see damage when temperatures fall into the low 20's. Some report skin irritations after working with it.

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  • Abutilon palmeri 5g

    Very drought tolerant, but will thrive in well drained soils and some summer water. In the wild, plants re-bloom after summer rains. Will see damage when temperatures fall into the low 20's. Some report skin irritations after working with it.

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  • Acacia covenyi 15g

    Fast growing shrub. Susceptible to leaf gall - will not harm plant (cut off a few inches or more if desired below gall damage). Great for large hedge that does not require heavy pruning. Occasionally pruning will help keep bottom of the shrub dense...

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  • Acacia covenyi 24B

    Fast growing shrub. Susceptible to leaf gall - will not harm plant (cut off a few inches or more if desired below gall damage). Great for large hedge that does not require heavy pruning. Occasionally pruning will help keep bottom of the shrub dense...

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  • Acacia glaucoptera 1g

    Tiny leaflets form along the blue grey stems that actually photosynthesize. New growth is reddish. Mounding habit makes it great for containers, trailing from planters/hillsides or as a tall groundcover.

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  • Acacia pravissima 5g

    Fast growing. Greenish (hint of blue) triangular foliage. Easiest way to tell apart from A. cultriformis is the overall form. A. pravissima has a narrow vased shaped form, whereas A. cultriformis has a rounded form. Great for wind breaks, hedges, screen...

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  • Adenanthos drummondii 1g

    Our research shows mature height is 3 feet, but since many Australian natives act differently in California, it may reach 5 feet after many years in the ground.

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  • Adenanthos drummondii 5g

    Our research shows mature height is 3 feet, but since many Australian natives act differently in California, it may reach 5 feet after many years in the ground.

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