Plants For Windy Gardens - Knowledgebase Question

Napa, CA
Question by drkims
April 10, 2000
We're moving to a very windy community during the spring and summer and would like to know what perennials and trees can survive being blown around?


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Answer from NGA
April 10, 2000

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In your gardening zone the following trees, shrubs and perennials will hold up well in windy spots:

Acacia, Cypress, Eucalyptus, Fraxinus velutina 'Rio-Grande' (Fan-Tex Ash), Olea europaea (Olive), Pinus (many), Quercus (Live Oak) and Ligustrum lucidum (glossy Privet).

Manzanita, Berberis (barberry), boxwood, Callistemon (Bottlebrush), Ceanothus (Wild Lilac), Elaeagnus, Escallonia, Laurus nobilis (Sweet Bay), Lavender, Leptospermum (Tea Tree), Pyracantha, Sumac and Rosemary.

Agapanthus (Lily of the Nile), Aloe, Cerastium tomentosum (Snow in Summer), Chrysanthemum frutescens (Marguerite), Euphorbia, Kniphofia (Red Hot Poker), Phomium, Salvia and Yucca.

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