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Aloe Shrub

Aloe Shrub (Aloe vera)

Aloe vera are known as Medicinal Aloe for the burn soothing gel within their fleshy leaves. A carefree solution for hot, dry locations. Beautiful grouped with other types of succulent shrubs and Cacti to create a sculptural look in the landscape.

Aloe Yucca

Aloe Yucca (Yucca aloifolia)

Spiky clumps of narrow foliage add great texture and form to the landscape. This is a rugged plant, well suited for harsh, dry conditions where other plants might fail. Dense spikes of white flowers are followed by small fruits that provide a nice treat for birds. Through history the…

Alpine Poppy

Alpine Poppy (Papaver alpinum)

Wonderful refreshment in the heat of summer! Delicate, saucer-like blooms and fine textured foliage contrast beautifully with the harshness of Alpine Poppies' favored growing sites. Perfect for dry, less fertile soils that mimic that of their native mountain habitat.

American Bittersweet

American Bittersweet (Celastrus scandens)

Fast-growing, deciduous, woody vine grown for its decorative clusters of red berries that develop in the fall. Plants are typically dioecious, meaning that male and female flowers are produced on separate plants. Both are needed to get berries. One male plant can pollinate six…

Amur Stonecrop

Amur Stonecrop (Sedum selskianum)

A succulent evergreen perennial for hot, dry planting sites. Flat, green leaves with scalloped edges form attractive rosettes. Named varieties may have variegated, silvery or golden foliage. Fun to pair with plants having purple tinted leaves or blooms.

Amur Stonecrop

Amur Stonecrop 'Spirit' (Sedum selskianum)

A low, spreading succulent plant that will thrive in hot, dry locations. The waxy, scalloped, evergreen foliage creates a beautiful carpet of color and texture year-round. Produces clusters of yellow star-shaped flowers over a long season from late spring to autumn.

Anagallis, Blue Pimpernel

Anagallis, Blue Pimpernel (Anagallis monellii)

A non-stop display of starry blue flowers through the growing season. This Mediterranean native has a low, trailing habit that is ideal for cascading over a wall, draping from a mixed container planting, or carpeting a garden bed.

Angelita Daisy

Angelita Daisy (Hymenoxys acaulis)

Tidy mounds of needle-leaved, silvery-green foliage add cool color and great form to hot, dry locations. Long wiry stems of yellow daisies appear from spring through autumn. A vibrant, carefree selection!


Angelonia (Angelonia angustifolia)

Free-flowering selection with an upright habit. Produces tall, graceful spires of colorful blooms. The flowers contrast beautifully with the lush green foliage. This robust plant withstands heat and rain.

Annual African Bush Daisy

Annual African Bush Daisy (Euryops pectinatus)

A striking combination of feathery gray-green foliage and bright yellow daisies. Grows fast with a vigorous, shrubby habit. Blooms over a long season bringing bright color to difficult dry locations where few other plants survive. Grown as a perennial in frost-free climates.

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