A few new additions hot off the trucks this morning:
- Acalypha monostachya ‘Raspberry Fuzzies’ – Round copperleaf – A groundcover in the Euphorbia Family that prefers Full Sun. Flowers from Spring till Fall with pink-red flowers.
- Helleborus ‘Penny’s Pink’ – Variegated Lenten Rose – Rosy pink flowers in early Spring, but the foliage marbled with silver is nicest part of this plant. After all, I am into foliage.
- Hesperaloe parvifolia ‘Yellow’ – A stemless, clumping succulent to 4-5′ tall with yellow flowers. For full sun, hummingbird magnet.
- Lomandra longifolia ‘Platnium Beauty’ – Variegated Dwarf Mat Rush- I want to keep all these for myself, but I if I do sell some… This clumping grass-like perennial to 28″ has green and white variegation and fragrant flowers. Very adaptable plants in sun or part shade. I love Lomandra!
- Leucadendron ‘Ebony’ – Finally have a few more of this Leucadendron with blackish-purple foliage.
- Opuntia cacanapa ‘Ellisiana’ – Spineless Opuntia.
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