Seacoast Tolerant

Seacoast Tolerant

Ahoy! These plants have what it takes to survive coastal conditions.

Ahoy! These plants have what it takes to survive coastal conditions.

Seacoast Tolerant (11)

Carmel Creeper - Ceanothus griseus horizontalis Diamond Heights

Carmel Creeper

Ceanothus griseus horizontalis Diamond Heights

From $16.00

Cynthia Giddy Aloe - Aloe Cynthia Giddy

Cynthia Giddy Aloe

Aloe Cynthia Giddy

From $15.00

Tree Aloe - Aloe Arborescens

Tree Aloe

Aloe Arborescens

From $12.00

Burrito Sedum (Donkey Tail Plant)(Stonecrop) - Sedum morganianum Burrito

From $12.00

Black Prince Echeveria - Echeveria Black Prince

Black Prince Echeveria

Echeveria Black Prince

From $9.00

Octapus Agave - Agave vilmoriniana

Octapus Agave

Agave vilmoriniana

From $11.00

White Potato Vine - Solanum jasminoides

White Potato Vine

Solanum jasminoides

From $26.00

Variegated Flax Lily - Dianella tasmanica 'Variegata'

Variegated Flax Lily

Dianella tasmanica 'Variegata'

From $7.50

Leatherleaf Fern - Rumohra adiantiformis

Leatherleaf Fern

Rumohra adiantiformis

From $24.00

Ray of Light Fox Tail Agave - Agave attenuata 'Ray of Light'

Ray of Light Fox Tail Agave

Agave attenuata 'Ray of Light'

From $38.00

Hens and Chicks - Echeveria x imbricata

Hens and Chicks

Echeveria x imbricata

From $7.50

Seacoast Tolerant: Coastal gardens have a very specific set of needs when it comes to plant selection. Seacoast tolerant plants are selected for their ability withstand a higher degree of salt spray and ocean breezes. Additionally, these plants can generally tolerate a more sandy soil. Often seen in seacoast landscapes are breeze-catching grasses that create a peaceful movement in the garden, such as Miscanthus and Muhlenbergia capilaris . Other plants that are often used as ornamental shrubs in coastal areas of Southern California are Cuphea , Junipers , Echium , Achillea , and many types of Lavender . If you need help making the right selections for your landscape project, please contact us !

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Seacoast Tolerant: Coastal gardens have a very specific set of needs when it comes to plant selection. Seacoast tolerant plants are selected for their ability withstand a higher degree of salt spray and ocean breezes. Additionally, these plants can generally tolerate a more sandy soil. Often seen in seacoast landscapes are breeze-catching grasses that create a peaceful movement in the garden, such as Miscanthus and Muhlenbergia capilaris . Other plants that are often used as ornamental shrubs in coastal areas of Southern California are Cuphea , Junipers , Echium , Achillea , and many types of Lavender . If you need help making the right selections for your landscape project, please contact us !