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3223 Taylor Road, Central Point, OR 97502

Deer resistant

Phlomis fruticosa

Jerusalem Sage is a very striking and unusual plant to add to your drought tolerant or deer resistant garden. The fuzzy gray-green leaves seem to be unpalatable to deer, and being a Mediterranean n…

Veronica pectinata

Wooly Speedwell Wooly Speedwell (Veronica pectinta) is a charming evergreen groundcover that forms a thick, vivid carpet of bright blue when it bursts into bloom in mid-spring. This sturdy, undeman…

Chilopsis linearis ‘Bubba’

Desert Willow Thinking of creating a small, shady oasis in the middle of your drought-tolerant garden? Chilopsis ‘Bubba’ might just be the tree you are looking for! Desert Willows are native to des…

Teucrium

Germander Teucriums – also known as Germanders – often get overlooked when folks are planning their gardens, and here at Shooting Star Nursery we’re on a mission to change that! If you’re not yet f…

Vitex agnus-castus

Chaste Tree This drought tolerant Mediterranean native absolutely thrives here in the Rogue Valley! Vitex needs consistent heat in order to bloom profusely, and our long hot summers give them exact…

Stipa gigantea

Giant Feather Grass In the quest for evergreen ornamental grasses, the Giant Feather Grass provides the evergreen green blades, but the thing that makes this grass a standout is its 6′ tall blooms…

Choisya arizonica x ternata ‘Aztec Pearl’

‘Aztec Pearl’ Cutleaf Mexican Orange Blossom Here’s a great choice for that elusive 4-5′ tall evergreen shrub! Choisya ‘Aztec Pearl’ smells great, is deer and drought resistant, pollinator-friendl…

Nepeta ‘Junior Walker’

Nepeta ‘Junior Walker’ Nepeta ‘Junior Walker’ is one of my very favorite drought tolerant perennials – and that’s high praise indeed! Its aromatic, blue-gray foliage provides a beautiful contrast …

Ceanothus ‘Emily Brown’

Ceanothus ‘Emily Brown’ Anyone who has visited Shooting Star’s demonstration gardens in spring has likely been stopped in their tracks by one of our favorite native plants – ‘Emily Brown’ Ceanothu…