Not only do fine-leaved plants withstand heavy coastal winds, but they look great when mass planted adjacent to other fine-leaved plants.@Signe Larson

Not only do fine-leaved plants withstand heavy coastal winds, but they look great when mass planted adjacent to other fine-leaved plants.@Signe Larson

New Zealand Flax - Phormium Tenax Uses: Container, specimen Coastal tolerant Drought Tolerant Moisture tolerant No D&P

New Zealand Flax - Phormium Tenax Uses: Container, specimen Coastal tolerant Drought Tolerant Moisture tolerant No D&P

Phormium Plant Collection - Hardy Architectural Evergreen New Zealand Flax - 5 Plants

Phormium Plant Collection - Hardy Architectural Evergreen New Zealand Flax - 5 Plants

Pseudopanax crassifolius (Lancewood) - is a New Zealand native tree belonging to the family Araliaceae and It is found throughout New Zealand from sea level up to about 750m. It is one of the oddities in New Zealand's forest. This tree will happily grow in a container, perfect for a roof terrace.

Pseudopanax crassifolius (Lancewood) - is a New Zealand native tree belonging to the family Araliaceae and It is found throughout New Zealand from sea level up to about 750m. It is one of the oddities in New Zealand's forest. This tree will happily grow in a container, perfect for a roof terrace.

Dianella intermedia, is a perennial herb of the family Xanthorrhoeaceae. It is found in the Australian Territories of Lord Howe Island and Norfolk Island.

Dianella intermedia, is a perennial herb of the family Xanthorrhoeaceae. It is found in the Australian Territories of Lord Howe Island and Norfolk Island.

Phormium 'Firebird'

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Rainbow Color New Zealand Flax     Common Name: New Zealand Flax   Scientific Name: Phormium Tenax   Height: up to 3 m   Span: Leave...

Rainbow Color New Zealand Flax Common Name: New Zealand Flax Scientific Name: Phormium Tenax Height: up to 3 m Span: Leave...

Plants for coastal or exposed areas

Plants for coastal or exposed areas

Schizachyrium scoparium 'Smoke Signal' is an upright, tidy grower which produces a stand of blue-green foliage that shades to red in late summer, then to reddish purple in the fall. Small, wheat-colored seed heads adorn the stems in autumn. PPAF  Grasses, all from the family Poaceae, are as variable as people and are widely used as foliage plants in successful gardens throughout the world. The value of these long-lived and low-maintenance perennials comes from the varied colors and textures…

Ornamental Grass: Schizachyrium scoparium Smoke Signal

Schizachyrium scoparium 'Smoke Signal' is an upright, tidy grower which produces a stand of blue-green foliage that shades to red in late summer, then to reddish purple in the fall. Small, wheat-colored seed heads adorn the stems in autumn. PPAF Grasses, all from the family Poaceae, are as variable as people and are widely used as foliage plants in successful gardens throughout the world. The value of these long-lived and low-maintenance perennials comes from the varied colors and textures…

Sporobolus heterolepis -  Prairie Dropseed - Ornamental grass  Some love the fragrance of this plant, others hate it. Smell before you buy. If you like it however, you have found one of the best performing grasses for your garden.

Sporobolus heterolepis - Prairie Dropseed - Ornamental grass Some love the fragrance of this plant, others hate it. Smell before you buy. If you like it however, you have found one of the best performing grasses for your garden.

Stiff Goldenrod (Solidago rigida). Dry to moist prairies and open woodlands. 3-5 ft. tall. Gold flowers in Early Fall. Full-Sun. Staple in prairie gardens. great pollen source. Attracts bees & butterflies. Average to infertile, well-draining soils. Rhizome spreading and self-seeding. Good with joe-pye-weed and coneflowers. Lot's of varieties.

Stiff Goldenrod (Solidago rigida). Dry to moist prairies and open woodlands. 3-5 ft. tall. Gold flowers in Early Fall. Full-Sun. Staple in prairie gardens. great pollen source. Attracts bees & butterflies. Average to infertile, well-draining soils. Rhizome spreading and self-seeding. Good with joe-pye-weed and coneflowers. Lot's of varieties.

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