The Ghost plant is a cold-hardy succulent with pale gray or whitish leaves on sprawling stems. The rosettes are typically about four inches in diameter and will take a blue-gray hue in partial shade or a pinkish-yellow tone in hot, full sun. Dainty, star-shaped yellow flowers appear in Spring for outdoor plants but might bloom at random times when grown indoors. Its versatile growth will help it stand out in your landscape as an unusual groundcover, cascading down a container, or even as a houseplant! Like many succulents, it is a slow grower and can live for decades. Sold here at Creekside Nursery in a 1-gallon container and a 12-quart flat.
Also known as a Bush Daisy, this semi-evergreen shrub-like perennial can be grown in containers, beds and even used as a hedge. Performs best in Zones 7-10, but can be used as an annual in cold climates. Enjoys partial to full sun and once established, can tolerate some drought conditions. Will require more watering during times of extreme heat. This variety of Euryops attracts pollinators, is considered deer resistant and can tolerate some salt air conditions. Blooms nearly year-round in frost-free climates and deadheading encourages continuous flower production. Sold here at Creekside Nursery in a 3 gallon pot container.
Grown mostly for its foliage, the Split Leaf Philodendron is a tropical shrub with large, dark green, deeply lobed leaves. Considered as an evergreen, it thrives best outdoors in Zones 10-11, but can be grown anywhere in moveable containers to capture bright light, slightly humid conditions and no cold drafts. Does best in partial to full shade and can grow 8-12’ tall with a comparable width. Best to water at root level only to prevent leaf rotting. Philodendrons are considered deer resistant and are bothered by very few bugs. These plants are considered poisonous and should be kept away from curious pets and children. The sap can be irritating to sensitive skin.
Pineapple Express Mangave have long and slender dark green leaves with pronounced burgundy spotting. A waxy coating gives the leaves a minty-green finish. Leaves are packed in tightly to form a spiky rosette. Tiny spines line the margins and a very sharp cinnamon terminal spine. A cross between the genus Manfreda and Agave. Grows to be 9-10" tall with a 16-16" spread. Thrives in sun to partial shade in zones 7-10. A unique option for xeriscaping with no pruning necessary!