We have developed lists of plants that we like to include in our landscape designs. These are plants that we have
become familiar with in our landscapes and feel that you might enjoy knowing about too. The lists will be regularly updated
to reflect our newest favorites as pictures are taken of them and inspiration strikes. If there are specific plants
that you would like information about but can't find on our lists please ask. Plants move so quickly through the nursery
trade that it is hard for anyone to keep up with all of the plants that are currently available. Since plants that are
blooming are poor choices for planting we aim to provide information and photographs so you can better know what you are buying and
planting in your garden. We are only a fraction of the way there with many more plants to post. Click on the letters below to link to
alphabetical lists of the plants.
Drought Tolerant Plants Use plants that have needs that match our climate. Dry Shade Garden This is a list for the conditions under native oaks, specifying plants appropriate to the survival of the trees.
California Native Plants What could be more appropriate for our landscape than plants and wildflowers from our local natural environment?
Silver and Gray Garden:Bring the soft foliage colors of our region into your garden design Fall Color There is nothing that brings the season to a satisfying close better than a Fall foliage and berry display.