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California English Ivy

Vigorous, evergreen, self-clinging or trailing, this vine with its 3-5 lobed leaves may be used as a house plant or hanging basket. Planting outside requires part sun to dapple shade and it prefers well-drained soil. This ivy will help with soil erosion. Fertilize with a multi-purpose fertilizer. Hardy in Zones 5-10.

Sago Palm

Sago Palm needs to be grown in full sun, but can adapt to outdoor shade if they receive bright light or just a few hours of morning or afternoon sun. Although this palm can grow in most weather conditions it does best in hot conditions. Sago palms need well drained soil and need to be planted above the soil line to keep their roots from being soggy. Fun Fact: Sago is related to the Conifer and Ginko tree

Dianella White Variegated

Grown for its bold striped leaves and small flowers in mid spring. Makes a great background plant for smaller plants and shrubs. Works best as a mass planting, in full sun or part shade. Will also tolerate frost in most areas. Use a slow release fertilizer in the spring. Make sure to mulch to help retain water.

'Little Red' Oleander

This oleander is deer and drought tolerant and can reach 6-12' tall. Blooms in the spring and early fall. Tolerant to high salt content soil, but prefers well drained soil. Water well and deeply the first year for root establishment, then it just needs average watering through the year. Low maintenance and evergreen, this oleander will add to any landscape.

Euonymus Coloratus

Also known as Purple Leaf Wintercreeper, this plant forms a dense carpet of dark green leaves with a coarse texture. The foliage turns dusky purple during colder months but remains evergreen. It can be trained to grow as a climbing vine with support. This plant will grow in full sun to full shade in all types of soil and PH conditions. Needs little to no care once it is established and is also drought tolerant. Euonymus is harmful if ingested, so make sure to keep children and pets away.