This full sun plant combination provides color from late spring through early fall with its riot of blooms—alive with bees, butterflies, and hummers—it provides a delightful distraction of beauty and fragrance. The flowery display includes an array of varied, but harmonious tones; a mingling of coral, magenta, yellow, orange, peach, and melon blooms. Framed by a trio of evergreen shrubs which include: a finely-textured, dwarf conifer with an upward sweeping tear drop form, a fountain of strappy, yellow variegated foliage of the yucca, and the Pittosporum with its deep green, leathery foliage and rounded form. As the season progresses, the upright form of the moor grass takes on tawny tones.
Afternoon Sun, Full Sun
Average, Drought-tolerant, Low, Occasional
City and Courtyard, Northwest Eclectic, Wildlife Friendly
Features: Drought Tolerant, Fabulous Foliage, Flower Fest, Four Season Appeal, Fragrance, Varied Foliage, Texture, and Form, Warm Colors, Wildlife Friendly, Winter Interest
Focus: Curb Appeal, Mixed Border, Pleasing Seasonal Flow, Saving Water, Year-round Interest
Seasons of Interest: Fall, Pleasing Seasonal Changes, Spring, Summer, Three Seasons of Interest, Year-round Interest
Maintenance Tasks: Deadheading