Abrometiella brevifolia (Deuterocohnia brevifolia) – Small bromeliad 1 -2″, slowly forming mats of mounding growth. Hardy to 20 F, but does not like wet leaves in winter.
Adromischus c. Pillow Feet – Succulent prefers Bright light and no frost. Keep dry in winter.
Aechmea recurvata – Bromeliad with dark green leaves (1 – 2′) and a beautiful red inflorescence. Hardy to 20 F. Can be grown outside here in Sebastopol.
Alcantarea imperialis (Vriesea imperialis) – Large Bromeliad with leaves 6″ wide and up to 5′ long. Mature plants bloom with inflorescence 6′ tall. Hardy only to 30 – 35 F.
Aloe ‘Hercules’ – Specimen hybrid tree Aloe growing to 25+ feet with salmon colored flowers.
Aloe petricola – Stone Aloe – Growing 1 – 2′ tall and 2 – 3′ wide with yellow and orange flowers in winter. Hardy to about 25 F.
Aloe speciosa – Tilt-head Aloe – Tall single stem Aloe to 10′ with a large rosette of leaves that are held tilted to one side. Flowers are green and white in Fall to winter.
Arenga englerii – Dwarf Sugar Palm – Suckering Palm tree to 8 – 12′ tall. Prefers part shade inland. Hardy to 20 – 25 F.
Beaucarnea recurvata – Ponytail Palm – Not a true palm – more closely related to Nolina. Provide protection when temperatures are expected to drop into the high 20’s F. Grows to 10′ + outdoors, usually 4’+ indoors in a pot in very bright light.
Cereus peruvianus – Apple Cactus – Grows to 10 -12’+ with night blooming white flowers. Hardy to 20 -25 F
Dyckia ‘Brittle Star’ – Grows about 1 foot tall and wide with orange flowers. Hardy to 20 – 25 F.
Dyckia ‘Grand Marnier‘ – Grows less than one foot tall and wide. Grows in cool sun to light shade. Protect from frost in winter.
Euphorbia coerulescens – Columnar cactus growing to 4 – 6′. Hardy to about 25 F. Warning: The milky sap in Euphorbias can be irritating tp people and pets. Do not touch face or eyes if exposed to the sap.
Pachypodium lamerei – Madagascar Palm – to 6′ as indoor plant, larger in frost free areas outside. Needs protection from frost.
Schefflera pueckleri variegate (Tupidanthus calyptratus) – Beautiful leaves splashed with creamy yellow. Can grow up to 20′ outside, but not very hardy and would need winter protection from frost.
Vriesea sanguinolenta – Large Bromeliad to 6′ with deep burgundy leaves. Protect from freezing and grows in part sun to part shade.