A short, sprawling shrub that makes a great foundation plant for high sun garden beds.
Our favorite herb reaches no more than 3 feet high, drought hardy, and only becomes more delicious when stressed!
A cottage garden favorite and an excellent choice if you want a delicate scent around pathways and edges.
A small species that typically reach 4 feet with huge nodding mop-heads that will surely make you smile!
An underrated beauty that reaches only 3 feet high, the gardenia flowers will bring fragrance into your garden!
If you're a fan of big flowers, grow a dwarf cultivar that reaches no more than 2 feet! There are color options like red, pink, purple, and gold.
A dwarf evergreen shrub with neat spheres that do not require constant pruning; it's perfect on the front garden and curbs.
The blue-tinted needles fan out from the stem in a star formation, hence the name.
Pick this vining shrub with bright shades of neon and emerald for serious vibrant colors.
We recommend this desert specialist if you have the unfortunate combination of bright all-day sun and loose, sandy soil.