Plant Type: House Plant, Tree USDA Hardiness Zone: 10a to 11a Height: 180.0" to 300.0" Spread: 72.0" to 120.0" Light Exposure: Full Shade to Full Sun Bloom Color: White Bloom Time: Early Spring, Late Spring, Mid Spring Growth Rate: Slow Moisture: Moist Soil Condition: Acidic, Clay, Loamy, Neutral, Sandy, Slightly Alkaline, Well Drained Form: Palm, Upright, Vase Landscape Uses: Border, Container, Screen Special Features: Pest Tolerant, Good For Screen, Drought Tolerant, Good For Containers
Razzle Dazzle Cherry Crape Myrtle - CHERRY DAZZLE is a deciduous, spreading, multi-stemmed shrub that typically matures to 3’ tall and 4’ wide. It features red buds opening to crepe-papery inflorescences of cherry red flowers that bloom in summer (July – August). If spent flowers are promptly deadheaded, additional flowers will continue to bloom into fall. Dark green foliage (bronze new growth in spring) turns burgundy-red in fall.
Seedless Grape, St. Theresa: "Vitis ‘Saint Theresa Seedless’ Full sun, low to moderate water needs. Hardy, purple slip-skin grape with excellent flavor, ripening in early September. Considered a seedless variety but fruit may still contain a non-viable seed coat. (Just a little crunchy bit.) A table grape variety from Elmer Swenson’s breeding trails in Wisconsin. Vigorous vine wonderful for arbors."
Xeriscaping is extremely popular, especially in Southern California. With rising water costs, many homeowners have turned to xeriscaping to lower their utility bills and reduce their carbon footprint. Xeriscaping entails the creative use of hardscape and native and succulant plants to create a beautiful, low-maintenance, drought-tolerant landscape design.