California Nurseries offers a great variety of plants including drought tolerant plants, perennials, patio and shade plants, and tropical plants and palms.


Drought Tolerant Plants

Tough and low-maintenance plants bred and carefully selected to prived design professionals with solutions to common landscape challenges. Each variety not only looks great but also possess its own unique landscape benefits that will complement any low mantenance plant palette

  • Drought Tolerant
  • Low Maintenance
  • Heat Tolerant
  • Frost & Salt Tolerant
  • Full Sun or Heavy Shade


Anigozanthos (Kangaroo Paw)

Australian plants commonly known as kangaroo paw because of the shape of their flowers. These grass like plants grow well on sandy soils and heat. They do not require a lot of water and are beautifull accent plants.



Hardy evergreen shrubs that can be grown as climbers or bushes. Very easy to care for and require very little watering. Bougainvilleas have small, tubular flowers each surrounded by 3 colorful, petal-like bracts, borne in large axillary and terminal clusters.


Ebergreen shrubs from Australia. Simple alternate, leathery leaves that are cylindrical to broadly lance-shaped. Callistemons are known for their colorful bottlebrush like spikes of flowers.. Great to grow at the base of a house wall or in a shrub border.


Tufted perennial forming clumps of strap-shaped, stiff, rough-margined leaves, to 4ft long, sometimes also producing tall cane-like stems with tufts of smaller leaves at the top.


Evergreen tree-like shrubs perennials resembling palms. The perennials are easy to grow, require very little maintenance and are drought resistant. These plant are great to bring color to your garden, and it's very easy to maintain.


Evergreen shrubs grown for their small, 5-lobed, salverform flowers, grouped tightly into runded, flattened or domed, terminal heads. These plants are easily shaped into a hedge and can also be used as groundcover.



Tropical evergreen shrub with attractive foliage and fragrant flowers. The flowers bloom in succession over a long season. These plants do well in humid environments and do better in shady areas.


Decidious and evergreen shrubs with large showy flowerheads. Great for shade areas and great for north facing facades.


Plants with linear, flat or cylindrical, hairy or hairless leaves. The flowers, born in spikes, racemens or panichles, are often inconspicuous and not long-lating. Some species are aromatic, other have an opverpowering smell. Great accent plants.

Lavender Goodwin Creek

Lavender (Lavandula)

Aromatic evergreen shrubs for dry, sunny, and rocky habitats. Most have long-stalked spikes of fragrant, flowers. Lavender have a very high nectar content, making them particularly attractive to bees. Lavanders are useful for a variety of situations, from a shrub border to a rock garden, and are useful for edging and as a low hedge.



Evergreen shrubs from dry coastal heathland. They are cultivated for their flowers and foliage. Westringia have rosemary-like leaves produced in whorls of 3-5 and tubular, white to pale blue flowers.


Rhaphiolepsis (Indian Hawthorn)

Evergreen shrub with glossy dark green leaves, often toothed and leathery. The flowers are fragrant apple-blossom like, star-shaped, borne in erect, terminal racemens or panicles in spring or summer.