White flowers bloom on multiple tall thin stalks beginning in late spring, and persist through summer.

Tall native perennial with greenish-yellow whorls of flowers that are attractive to bees and butterflies.

Lyreleaf Sage offers striking flowers, as well as patterned foliage, and is attractive to bees and butterflies.

Yellow umbels of flowers bloom in late spring, providing a welcome source of nectar for bees and other pollinators. 

Clusters of bright yellow flowers adorn delicate stems amidst intricately cut leaves from June – September.

Large clusters of orange-red tubular-shaped flowers bloom June-August, offering stunning color all summer long.

Sedum is an easy-to-grow perennial with succulent green leaves and dense clusters of rosy-pink, star-shaped flowers which bloom from late summer until frost (August-October).  With age the flower color changes to a burgundy-red, and the attractive dried flower heads can last well into the winter months.  Sedum is an excellent choice for dry,sunny areas of the yard.  It can be planted as a specimen or in masses.

Coastal Panicgrass is a clump-forming, warm season, perennial grass that supports wildlife throughout the year.

Moundlily Yucca, or Spanish Dagger, is an evergreen shrub with a unique form similar to Yucca filamentosa. It features creamy-white, bell-shaped flowers, which bloom on an erect 5- to 8-foot panicle, July-August. The dried fruits persist atop the panicles. The leaves are thick and have sharp, dagger-like tips, hence its common name. Spanish Dagger is a host plant for butterfly and moth larvae (caterpillars), including Cofaqui Giant Skipper (Megathymus cofaqui) and Yucca Giant Skipper (Megathymus yuccae). Its drought- and salt-tolerance make it a good choice for coastal gardens. Plant it as a specimen, in groups, in borders, or for accents around your yard.