Given our current drought situation in Southern California, THIS was the best year to take out our front lawn and put in native, drought tolerant plants. // native drought tolerant plants for your yard, gardening, landscaping
Cotton Candy Plant - Add a burst of color and texture to your garden with these lush ornamental grasses that flourish in hot, humid, dry or wet conditions. Enjoy light pink plumes in late summer with these wild, hardy plants. - Grows to approx. 20 to 36 H
Royal Empress Tree - grows ft/year Empress Tree Facts: Grows up to 10 feet or more in the very First Season Rich lavender flowers that look like Orchids but smell like Jasmine Grows as far north as Canada and as far south as Mexico
The Hawaiian palm (Brighamia insignis) a very unusual and decorative house plant. New leaves form in the crown and the older, lowermost leaves turn yellow and wither. Very few of these plants still remain in their natural habitat in Hawaii.