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2081 sun plants native to California


2001
Grows best in sandy, coarse-grained or other fast draining soil. Selected for the garden.


2002
Grows best in sandy, coarse-grained or other fast draining soil. Selected for the garden.


2003
Grows best in sandy, coarse-grained or other fast draining soil. Selected for the garden.


2004
Grows best in sandy, coarse-grained or other fast draining soil. Selected for the garden.


2005
Grows best in sandy, coarse-grained or other fast draining soil. Selected for the garden.


2006
Grows best in sandy, coarse-grained or other fast draining soil. Selected for the garden.


2007
Grows best in sandy, coarse-grained or other fast draining soil. Selected for the garden.


2008
Grows best in sandy, coarse-grained or other fast draining soil. Selected for the garden.


2009
Grows best in sandy, coarse-grained or other fast draining soil. Selected for the garden.


2010
Grows best in sandy, coarse-grained or other fast draining soil. Selected for the garden.


2011
Grows best in sandy, coarse-grained or other fast draining soil. Selected for the garden.


2012
Grows best in sandy, coarse-grained or other fast draining soil. Selected for the garden.


2013
Grows best in sandy, coarse-grained or other fast draining soil. Selected for the garden.


2014
Grows best in sandy, coarse-grained or other fast draining soil. Selected for the garden.


2015
Grows best in sandy, coarse-grained or other fast draining soil. Selected for the garden.


2016
Grows best in sandy, coarse-grained or other fast draining soil. Selected for the garden.


2017
Grows best in sandy, coarse-grained or other fast draining soil. Selected for the garden.


2018
Grows best in sandy, coarse-grained or other fast draining soil. Selected for the garden.


2019
Grows best in sandy, coarse-grained or other fast draining soil. Selected for the garden.


2020
Grows best in sandy, coarse-grained or other fast draining soil. Selected for the garden.


2021
Grows best in sandy, coarse-grained or other fast draining soil. Selected for the garden.


2022
Grows best in sandy, coarse-grained or other fast draining soil. Selected for the garden.


2023
Grows best in sandy, coarse-grained or other fast draining soil. Selected for the garden.


2024
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selected from san Bruno Mountain.


2025
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selection from santa Cruz Island.


2026
Tolerates almost any soil type. Central and south western CA.


2027
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selected by Roger Raiche.


2028
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selected for the garden.


2029
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selection for the garden.


2030
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selected for the garden.


2031
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selected for the garden.


2032
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selected for the garden.


2033
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selected for the garden.


2034
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selected for the garden.


2035
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selected for the garden.


2036
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selected for the garden.


2037
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selected for the garden.


2038
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selected for the garden.


2039
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selected for the garden.


2040
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selected for the garden.


2041
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selected for the garden.


2042
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selected for the garden.


2043
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selected for the garden.


2044
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selected for the garden.


2045
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selected for the garden.


2046
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selected for the garden.


2047
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selected for the garden.


2048
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selected for the garden.


2049
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selected for the garden.


2050
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selected for the garden.


2051
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selected for the garden.


2052
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selected for the garden.


2053
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selected for the garden.


2054
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selected for the garden.


2055
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selected for the garden.


2056
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selected for the garden.


2057
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selected for the garden.


2058
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selected for the garden.


2059
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selected for the garden.


2060
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selected for the garden.


2061
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selected for the garden.


2062
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selected for the garden.


2063
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selected for the garden.


2064
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selected for the garden.


2065
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selected for the garden.


2066
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selected for the garden.


2067
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selected for the garden.


2068
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selected for the garden.


2069
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selected for the garden.


2070
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selected for the garden.


2071
Tolerates almost any soil type. Selected for the garden.


2072
Tolerates almost any soil type. RsABG introduction.


2073
Tolerates almost any soil type. Garden selection.


2074
Horticultural selection from Achillea millefolium. This Yarrow selection has soft pink flower clusters which makes a great landing area for bees and butterflies. Dense spreading mats are formed by underground rhizomes which makes it an excellent substitute for a lawn. Easily divided in fall or early spring. Plants may be trimmed back hard after the first bloom to keep compact. Sun loving and fragrant, add heat tolerance and a long flowering season and you have the makings of a perennial favorite...
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2075
Horticultural selection from Achillea millefolium. Yarrow is one of the easiest perennials to grow and is a good choice for beginners. All it needs is full sun and well-drained soil. It thrives in average to poor soil and is drought tolerant once established. It has very few pest or pathogen problems. The Achillea 'Paprika' Yarrow is renowned for its large clusters of bright red flowers. As is the case with all Yarrows, the flowers fade as they age; the Paprika fades from red to salmon pink. T...
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2076
Horticultural selection from Erigeron glaucus. This is a compact evergreen shrub with gorgeous lavender-purple flowers 1 diameter produced over an extended period. This useful, small daisy provides masses of flower color for mixed borders, rock gardens, coastal bluff gardens, containers or as a small scale groundcover. Dead head the spent flowers for best appearance and longer bloom. Provide some partial shade inland in the summer months. The butterflies will love you for providing this plant! ...
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2077
Horticultural selection from Iris douglasiana. This vigorous selection is easy to grow, with a nice year-round appearance. Shiny upright green foliage spreads slowly to form clumps up to 4 feet across. The real show comes in spring with a sea of white flowers with a splash of yellow in the center. Plant as an accent, in borders, along pathways, under oaks, in a meadow garden or even in containers. You'll love the showy flowers either in your landscape or as cut flowers brightening your home. H...
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2078
Horticultural selection from Baccharis pilularis from Twin Peaks in san Francisco. Twin Peaks II is a compact low growing shrub reaching 12-18 in. high with a 5-6 ft spread. It has dark leaves that are deeply toothed. Native to the san Francisco Twin Peaks area, this evergreen shrub is a fine bank cover. Its 1/2 in toothed leaves are closely set on many branches. Needs sun and regular water, but must have good drainage. Horticultural selection B. pilularis: origin = cuttings (1956) Twin Peaks,...
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2079
Hybrid of Achillea clypeolataandAchillea taygetea, introduced by Alan Bloom of Bressingham Gardens in England. This sterile, non-seeding Yarrow selection has lemon-yellow flat-topped flower clusters held high over silvery grey foliage from spring through fall. Remove faded flowers to promote more buds. Non-spreading, to 2 ft tall, this is an excellent addition to a sunny perennial border, in pots or tubs. Mixes well with ornamental grasses, and blue flowers such as sage. Drought tolerant and h...
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2080
Horticultural selection from Baccharis pilularis. Pozo surf Coyote Bush is also known as Lowly Coyote bush or Parking strip coyote bush due to its reputation as a virtually indestructible groundcover that will survive the abuses of narrow parking strips. Given its drought tolerance, ability to thrive in many soil types, including clay it should perhaps be called Tough-As-Nails Coyote Bush? This is the mounding, evergreen groundcover you need for those narrow spaces where nothing else will thrive...
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2081
Horticultural selection from Eschscholzia californica. Mahogany California Poppy is a colorful variation on the California state flower. Scarlet buds are breathtaking before opening. Mahogany Poppy is an annual or biennial, but will become a perennial if coastal, and will flower spring, summer and and into the fall if watered. Mahogany California Poppy is normally quite a low maintenance plant and is very easy to grow - great for beginner gardeners! Plant in full sun in average to poor, well-dra...
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