56,542 ca native Home Design Photos

Edger Landscape Design
3 Reviews
Colorful California Native Habitat
Ideabooks830
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In this Marin County garden Cleveland Sage blooms in the late spring and prefers little to no summer water. Here, it is used with other California native plants to provide a low screen in a planting mound. Cathy Edger, Edger Landscape Design
California native plant for butterfly's and bees
Cleveland Sage - Fragrant CA native. LARGE.
Cleveland Sage - Cali Native (deer restistant)
flowers native and low water need
Botanical name: Salvia clevelandii Common names: Cleveland sage, California blue sage Origin: Native to Southern California and northern Baja California, Mexico
Botanical name: Salvia clevelandiiCommon names: Cleveland sage, California blue sageOrigin: Native to Southern California and northern Baja California, MexicoUSDA zones: 8 to 11 (find your zone)Water requirement: LowLight requirement: Full sun Mature size: 3 to 5 feet tall and 5 to 8 feet wideBenefits
“Nice sun-loving plant.” — kaysmith419
Dig Your Garden Landscape Design
9 Reviews
Favorite CA Native Plants
Ideabooks336
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Penstemon heterophyllus is a stunning CA Native plant with purple/blue flowers in Spring. Photo: Eileen Kelly @ Dig Your Garden Landscape Design http://www.digyourgarden.com
lus 'Margarita BOP' CA Native. Drought tolerant plant
is a stunning CA Native plant with purple/blue flowers in Spring.
Penstemon heterophyllus is a stunning CA Native plant with purple/blue
Penstemon--native--I like the blue and white ones
“Gorgeous color” — jendrew
Dig Your Garden Landscape Design
9 Reviews
Mediterranean Garden in San Anselmo, CA
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Mediterranean Garden in San Anselmo, CA
Garden Landscape Design, Colorful plant combinations and groupings along a decomposed pathway in a San Anselmo garden in northern California. Phormiums, native Penstemon, Snow in Summer, Lambs Ears and other colorful plants create a beautiful low-water tapestry of plant groupings at the home's front entrance
This San Anselmo, CA landscape in Marin county was completely redesigned to replace a large portion of the thirsty lawn. I created curving paths and adjacent areas using decomposed granite (DG) and flagstone. The plantings include CA native plants and
This San Anselmo, CA landscape in Marin county was completely redesigned to replace a large portion of the thirsty lawn. I created curving paths and adjacent areas using decomposed granite (DG) and flagstone. The plantings include CA native plants and other drought tolerant plants
“flagstone in decomposed granite” — ggdesai
Gardens by Gabriel
7 Reviews
Lush Los Osos Landscape
Ideabooks7,296
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Color, walking stones with native grass, lushness
the purple pom-poms are verbena lilacina a native of the channel island. It was a fun tapestry to weave, and this was definitely a peak moment :)
pairings, like orange and pink or gold and purple. This garden challenges conventions. It is a single composition created by the pairing of exotic and native plants. Carex, Stipa and Pennisetum — carefree ornamental grasses — intermingle with Gaura and kangaroo paw in what some may call "controlled chaos
“Pretty” — dpelletier4
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Tiburon Hillside
Ideabooks10,965
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hillside. Who says you can’t? Who says you have to have retaining walls? Choose plants with fibrous root zones or that are aggressive spreaders, like native sedge, and your soil won’t go anywhere. In the end you’ll have a more interesting landscape.
Native Australian plants!
ca natives...native california...Native plants
“Ruff and wild!” — smair
Blutter Shiff Design Associates
7 Reviews
Napa Residence
Ideabooks2,894
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This house is in Napa, CA (northern CA). So you may be right....
Unfortunately, I have no idea what zone this is in, and what zone you are in, but it looks like the grass could be carex divulsa (berkeley sedge) or you could use muhlenbergia (deer grass). These are natives in California. Can't
NAPA, CA W/CA NATIVE GRASSES
“Ornamental grass” — eslaybaugh
Marcus & Willers Architects
6 Reviews
Sonoma / Sea Ranch Redux
Ideabooks4,998
Questions4
pea gravel, fire pit, california natives
everything, set up design. would change the shape of pool only, maybe a few different types of flowers more native to handle climate.
Glenburnie fire pit using native field stones
Gravel, plants, CA natives
“Easy peagravel” — resiandme
Duxbury Architects
2 Reviews
Modern Homes
Ideabooks427
Questions0
plantings I think the path is decomposed granite. Has a nice 'crunchy' to it when you walk over. Looks great with grasses, Mediterranean, and CA native plantings. My only gripe is that weeds can show up and are tough to pull out.
Native plants
“Beautiful” — morobitgb1
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