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Lessons from the California native plant garden tour.  Use leaves for mulch is one (pictured here).

Lessons from the California native plant garden tour. Use leaves for mulch is one (pictured here).

Blooms and boulders.  This color palette uses native flowers to contrast with the subtle beauty of boulders.

Blooms and boulders. This color palette uses native flowers to contrast with the subtle beauty of boulders.

Botanic Name: Ribes malvaceum  Common Name: Chaparral Currant  Size: 6'h x 6'w  Sun-Part Shade   Occ.H2O/dry Attracts Hummingbirds Description:A tough shrub for sun or light shade, Chaparral Currant is adorned with pink flowers from December through March. Does well in hot inland conditions, but also thrives on the coast. Olive-green foliage will drop in response to hot dry weather, or judicious summer water can be applied to keep the foliage a bit longer.

Botanic Name: Ribes malvaceum Common Name: Chaparral Currant Size: 6'h x 6'w Sun-Part Shade Occ.H2O/dry Attracts Hummingbirds Description:A tough shrub for sun or light shade, Chaparral Currant is adorned with pink flowers from December through March. Does well in hot inland conditions, but also thrives on the coast. Olive-green foliage will drop in response to hot dry weather, or judicious summer water can be applied to keep the foliage a bit longer.

Blue Mistflower (Conoclinium coelestinum). Native from the central U.S. to the East Coast. This relative of Joe Pye Weed blooms in late summer into fall, reaching 2 to 4 feet tall. Thriving in sun to partisl shade in medium soil (it’s really quite adaptable, though moist might be best in full sun), this short plant will run and spread moderately fast. Diverse insects feed on the nectar, so it’s great for a butterfly garden.

Blue Mistflower (Conoclinium coelestinum). Native from the central U.S. to the East Coast. This relative of Joe Pye Weed blooms in late summer into fall, reaching 2 to 4 feet tall. Thriving in sun to partisl shade in medium soil (it’s really quite adaptable, though moist might be best in full sun), this short plant will run and spread moderately fast. Diverse insects feed on the nectar, so it’s great for a butterfly garden.

Eschscholzia californica; California Poppy; from seed; annual; 1-2 ' H x 1' W; full sun; drought tolerant; Spring-Orange

Eschscholzia californica; California Poppy; from seed; annual; 1-2 ' H x 1' W; full sun; drought tolerant; Spring-Orange

Western Columbine for moist shade.

Western Columbine for moist shade.

Erigeron glaucus, Seaside Aster, fleabane, Green roof native plant meadow California Academy of Science

Erigeron glaucus, Seaside Aster, fleabane, Green roof native plant meadow California Academy of Science

Heteromeles arbutifolia - Toyon

Heteromeles arbutifolia - Toyon

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