Plant Database

Arboretum All-Star Plant Database

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desert goldeneye

desert goldeneye

Latin Name
Viguiera parishii
Description

California native plant; golden daisies blossom from early spring until mid-fall among triangular-shaped green leaves; tolerates full sun or part shade and is low maintenance.

giant chain fern

giant chain fern

Latin Name
Woodwardia fimbriata
Description

California native plant; plant needs little care once established; great for a shady oasis near a pond or fountain.

Argentine rain lily

Argentine rain lily

Latin Name
Zephyranthes candida
Description

Grows from bulbs and forms clumps of shiny, grassy leaves; good edging plant or groundcover; attracts beneficial insects.

hybrid catmint

hybrid catmint

Latin Name
Nepeta x faassenii
Description

Lavender-blue flowers attract butterflies and other pollinators; tough, low-growing plant has aromatic, gray-green foliage; tolerates different soil types.

Wayne Roderick seaside daisy

Wayne Roderick seaside daisy

Latin Name
Erigeron ‘W.R.’
Description

California native plant; flowers bloom through the spring, summer, and fall; long-blooming daisy for home gardens; attracts butterflies and beneficial insects.