Southern California Plants

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    Calamar Squid Agave

    Agave bracteosa ‘Calamar’

    Rare, non-clumping form of Agave. Spineless blue-green leaves emerge vertically from a center rosette and arch gracefully to the outside of the plant. Rarely flowers. An interesting container or dry…

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    Chilean Prickly Rhubarb

    Gunnera tinctoria

    Enormous, puckered leaves of this tropical, prehistoric plant emerge in spring, reaching six feet across or more, creating a dramatic waterside or greenhouse specimen. In late spring, a robust stalk…

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    Angel Red® Pomegranate

    Punica granatum 'Smith' P.P.#16,578

    This unique, new and improved Pomegranate has exceptional qualities that make it simply the best on the market. A heavy crop of large, vivid red fruit ripens in early fall,…

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    ‘Black Magic’ elephant ear

    Colocasia esculenta 'Black Magic'

    Rising to about 36 inches, the elephant ear's deep-purple stalks suspend luxurious leaves of the same color.

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    ‘Marginata’ Winter daphne

    Daphne odora 'Marginata'

    This winter daphne has yellow-margined leaves and rosy-pink flower buds that open to white.

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    Giant dracaena

    Cordyline australis 'Purple Tower'

    'Purple Tower' is a cultivar of the New Zealand native cabbage tree, frequently grown in greenhouses, as houseplants, or as large accent plants outdoors.

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    Millon bells

    Calibrachoa 'Superbells Tequila Sunrise'

    Calibrachoa is a relatively new genus of flowering plants.

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    Swan River daisy

    Brachycome 'Blue Zephyr'

    Swan River daisy's lacy foliage and small but profuse blue-purple flowers have a long season of impact in the garden.

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    ‘Red Threads’ alternanthera

    Alternanthera ficoidea 'Red Threads'


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    Peruvian lily

    Alstroemeria 'Casablanca'

    'Casablanca' Peruvian lily is the closest to white that this genus has gotten as of yet.