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Phormium 'Yellow Wave'(Yellow Wave Flax)    Arching 2in wide leaves with yellow variegation in the middle of the leaf. Full sun. Ht. 3-4ft. Zone 8. Evergreen.  Plant CharacteristicEvergreen  Exposurefull sun  ColorNone  Height3ft - 5ft  Bloom Time  HardinessZone 8  CategoryPerennials

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Chamaecyparis obtusa ‘Split Rock’  DWARF HINOKI CYPRESS - Plant Type: conifer  Foliage Type: evergreen  Plant Height:Heights represent a 10-year-old woody plant or a 5-year-old perennial or bulb 6 ft. (1.8 meters)  Plant Width/Spread: 2 ft. (0.6 meters)  Hardiness: USDA Zones 4 to 8  Sun/Light Exposure: full sun or light to open shade  Water Requirements: drought tolerant when established

Chamaecyparis obtusa ‘Split Rock’ DWARF HINOKI CYPRESS Hardiness: USDA Zones 4 to 8 Sun/Light Exposure: full sun or light to open shade Water Requirements: drought tolerant when established

Foxtail Fern - Monrovia - Foxtail Fern zone 9-11 This unusual evergreen fern adds textural contrast to perennial beds and borders. Long, plume-like stems hold soft, needle-like leaves. Develops red berries in fall

Foxtail Fern/Ponytail Fern - Monrovia - Foxtail Fern zone This unusual evergreen fern adds textural contrast to perennial beds and borders. Long, plume-like stems hold soft, needle-like leaves. Develops red berries in fall

Gold Splash® Wintercreeper (Euonymus fortunei), a Proven Winner variegated evergreen shrub for year-round color. A new and improved euonymus with excellent disease resistance, color, and hardiness. Easy and adaptable. 18-24 in. high and wide. Mounded form. Zones 5-8. For part sun to sun.

Gold Splash® Wintercreeper (Euonymus fortunei), a Proven Winner variegated evergreen shrub for year-round color. A new and improved euonymus with excellent disease resistance, color, and hardiness.

Shrubs - Compact and dense, shrubs can be either evergreen, like boxwood, holly, barberry and azaleas or deciduous, like lilacs, viburnum, forsythia and spirea. Their small stature make shrubs the perfect choice for foundation planting around your home but shrubs are also ideal for adding color to hedges and borders or anchoring garden beds.

Landscaping 101: Different Types of Plants

Daphne Shown here, rose Daphne (also called ruby glow) is a low-growing, evergreen shrub with trailing branches, leathery green leaves and dense clusters of scented pink flowers in late spring.

Philodendron Xanadu Xanadu has large green leaves that gives this tropical plant a lush decorative appearance. Compact and tidy, it wont take over in the garden, and it is ideal for pots and containers. Can be grown inside in a brightly lit position. Outdoors it prefers a full sun position.

Philodendron Xanadu Xanadu has large green leaves that gives this tropical plant a lush decorative appearance. Compact and tidy, it won't take over in the garden, and it is ideal for pots and containers

Yellow Wave' New Zealand Flax (Phormium tenax 'Yellow Wave')    The sword-shaped leaves of New Zealand flax create a lush look but require virtually no care, so the Ocampos used several varieties of it in the front bed, the side yard and the back. It's hardy to 20 degrees F. New Zealand hook sedge (Uncinia rubra) is a somewhat hardier substitute that is cold-tolerant to 10 degrees F.

The Easy-Care Yard

The sword-shaped leaves of New Zealand flax create a lush look, as do the Ocampos used in the front bed, the side yard and the back.

Phormium ‘Jubilee’ - on slope tiers for color pop and structure - simple addition with great color!

12 Ideas from The New Sunset Western Garden Book

12 fresh ideas from The New Sunset Western Garden Book: Phormium ‘Jubilee’ - 12 ideas from The New Sunset Western Garden Book - Sunset Mobile

Candytuft: Hardy evergreen perennial ground cover for zones 3-9. - Just planted this by my front steps

Candytuft: A garden must-have!

Candytuft: Hardy evergreen perennial ground cover for zones - Just planted this by my front steps - Flower Beds and Gardens

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