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 (9)

Elfin Thyme - Thymus Serpyllum 'Elfin'

Elfin Thyme

Thymus Serpyllum 'Elfin'

From $24.00

Variegated Society Garlic - Tulbaghia violacea Silver Lace

Variegated Society Garlic

Tulbaghia violacea Silver Lace

From $6.25

Waxleaf Privet - Bush Form - Ligustrum japonica Texanum

Waxleaf Privet - Bush Form

Ligustrum japonica Texanum

From $19.00

Waxleaf Privet (On Stake) - Ligustrum japonica Texanum

Waxleaf Privet (On Stake)

Ligustrum japonica Texanum

From $26.00

False Heather - Cuphea hyssopifolia

False Heather

Cuphea hyssopifolia

From $6.85

New Zealand Flax - Phormium Yellow Wave

New Zealand Flax

Phormium Yellow Wave

From $34.00

New Zealand Flax - Phormium Pink Stripe

New Zealand Flax

Phormium Pink Stripe

From $42.00

Gaura - Gaura lindheimeri

Gaura

Gaura lindheimeri

From $6.90

Carolina Cherry Laurel - Prunus caroliniana

Carolina Cherry Laurel

Prunus caroliniana

From $28.00

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 !