Leucadendron discolor • Australian Native Plants • Plants • 800.701.6517
Leucadendron discolor part of the Proteaceae family with Red flowers flowering in Spring avaliable from Australian Native Plants located in Ventura, CA
Leucadendron salignum • Australian Native Plants • Plants • 800.701.6517
Leucadendron salignum part of the Proteaceae family with Red flowers flowering in Winter-spring avaliable from Australian Native Plants located in Ventura, CA
FLORA GRUBB GARDENS
Flora Grubb Gardens is a garden, garden design, palm tree, houseplant, garden pot, furniture and home decor store located in San Francisco, California. Visit us in person, drink Ritual Coffee, and be inspired. We are located at 1634 Jerrold Avenue and open 7 days a week.
13 Herbs to Fill Your Container Gardens With Fresh Flavors and Scents
Pick a sunny spot for your pots, then add these aromatic plants. You'll soon be snipping sprigs whenever you need them.
Polystichum munitum - SWORD FERN
We often take it for granted because it is so common, yet a stand of sword ferns along woodland's edge is a beautiful sight.
Knock-Out Native Plants
Incorporating plants native to your climate means less water, less maintenance, and more wildlife. Here are our top picks around the West.
Leucadendron salignum 'GOLDEN TIP'
Fast growth to 3' high and 5 ' wide. Evergreen ornamental shrub from South Africa. Unique color and texture. Soft yellow terminal bracts are a bright touch in the garden. Needs full sun or part shade with good drainage. Picture taken 2/8/2007 at Green Acres Nursery and Supply - Sacramento, California.
Visiting the Ruth Bancroft Garden during the 2013 Garden Bloggers Fling...
This was my second visit to the Ruth Bancroft Garden. The first visit was in March of 2012, it had been a cold spring and thus many of the winter covers were still in place. This visit, in June, was the opposite of cold. Even though it was our first stop of the morning it had to have been in the 90’s. I was distracted by the heat, and also as I toured I enjoyed a conversation with Gerhard of Succulents and More (yes he’s renamed his blog), who drove down from Davis to meet the Fling…