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Kleinia
Eugenia Brush Cherry
Shrimp Pink Aloe
Parasol Aeonium
Dark Leaf Aeonium
California Poppy, Golden Poppy
Tequila Sunrise Sage
Kleinia

Common name: Kleinia
Botanical name: Senecio mandraliscae

This succulent perennial will grow to about 1.5' tall and 2' wide. It has curved, bluish gray leaves that are about 3.5" long and very slender.

Eugenia Brush Cherry

Common name: Eugenia Brush Cherry
Botanical name: Syzgium paniculatum

Eugenia is a large, broad shrub can reach 25'+ tall and has small, dark green leaves with white flowers that bloom throughout the seasons. Berry fruit can be a problem if it falls onto cars as they may get stained.

Shrimp Pink Aloe

Common name: Shrimp Pink Aloe
Botanical name: Aloe saponaria

This succulent plant will grow about 2' high and has large, greenish/white leaves with orange, pink, and red flowers that bloom in spring and fall.

Parasol Aeonium

Common name: Parasol Aeonium
Botanical name: Aeonium arboreum

Parasol Aeonium is an upright succulent with rosette leaf clusters. It forms a mound and can be easily propagated by cuttings.

Dark Leaf Aeonium

Common name: Dark Leaf Aeonium
Botanical name: Aeonium arboreum 'Zwartkop'

Aeonium arboreum 'Zwartkop' is a succulent perennial that is used for accenting effect. Aeonium arboreum grows 3' tall and wide. Each branch has a 6"-8 " wide rosette of dark green, fleshy leaves.The flowers are yellow in clusters.

California Poppy, Golden Poppy

Common name: California Poppy, Golden Poppy
Botanical name: Eschscholzia californica

This small annual (sometimes acts as a perennial) plant will grow to less than 1' tall and has light, small blue green leaves with gold and orange flowers that bloom in spring and summer.

Tequila Sunrise Sage

Common name: Tequila Sunrise Sage
Botanical name: Salvia 'Tequila Sunrise'

Tequila Sunrise is a perennial shrub that reaches 3'-6' tall and wide. It needs full sun and medium amount of water. Orange flowers bloom in the spring but this shrub has blossoms most of the year. This shrub will get knocked down to the ground when the first frost arrives in colder climates; however, it will come back vigorously especially if pruned in February or March. Hummingbirds love the flowers.

Designer: Plant Goddess Landscape Design

Serene Water Feature

Photographer: GardenSoft

Water Saving Tip:

Adjust sprinklers to avoid watering sidewalks and driveways.