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tolerant, it can be left to create its own plant combinations at will as it self-seeds with abandon.
Completely drought tolerant, it can be left to create its own plant combinations at will as it self-seeds with abandon. This is not a problem in my garden, where
Completely drought tolerant, it can be left to create its own plant combinations at will as it self-seeds with abandon. This is not a problem in my garden, where
varying heights, textures and visual weights when it comes to choosing plants. Plants with an open form, such as this tall verbena (Verbena bonariensis, zones
size: 6 feet tall and 3 feet wideSeasonal interest: Summer to fallWhen to plant: Spring Caution: Tall verbena is considered invasive in some parts of the
“Consider varying heights, textures and visual weights when it comes to choosing plants. Plants with” — janroze
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most long-lived plant; it will fill in if the parent plant dies. You can also let seed heads dry on the plant and collect them to plant elsewhere in your
Planting notes. Provide full sun, minimal
other daintier plants. Many homeowners plant Pride of Madeira on hillsides and slopes, which are akin to its native habitat. Caution: The plant does reseed
advised not to plant it close to a riparian or habitat restoration zone. The plant is not a rampant invasive, however; the California Invasive Plant Council lists
it with other bold-colored plants, like bougainvillea, or with like-minded dusty purple and green shrubs, like lavender.Plant it toward the back of beds
“blue fountain” — hopeshomeideas
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Naturaly-occuring planting on abandoned lawn, in Vancouver, BC
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Naturaly-occuring planting on abandoned lawn, in Vancouver, BC
Naturaly-occuring planting on abandoned lawn, in Vancouver, BC photo credit: Dave Demers, Principal at CYAN Horticulture
mowing and the removal of any unwanted plants. Meadow lawns can give gardeners all the benefits of the larger wildflower meadow but on a smaller, more manageable
Unlike a wildflower meadow, an area of land that is completely or primarily covered with
mowing and the removal of any unwanted plants. Meadow lawns can give gardeners all the benefits of the larger wildflower meadow but on a smaller, more manageable
Unlike a wildflower meadow, an area of land that is completely or primarily covered with semi-rough grass that will tolerate light foot traffic, a meadow lawn
“A meadow lawn” — Urbafloria LLC
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Great Design Plant: Native Passionvine or Maypop
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Great Design Plant: Native Passionvine or Maypop
is their larval host plant; the fruit is edible When to plant: Plant seeds in late fall, but plants or seedlings do best when planted in the early spring
is their larval host plant; the fruit is edibleWhen to plant: Plant seeds in late fall, but plants or seedlings do best when planted in the early spring
to -15 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 7a to 10b; find your zone)Typical plant communities: Open hammocks, fencerows, roadsides and disturbed sitesWater
partial shadeMature size: Vines can grow to 20 feet or more in a season; the plant dies back to the ground each winter in most of its range, but in frost-free
“passiflora incarnata, Maypop, purple passion flower” — karenekalisch62
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I have a ditch filled with rock. I need to plant something! Help
Planting and care: You can start from seeds, but seedlings or transplants are usually easier to grow
French, Lemon, Lime, Mother of Thyme, Orange, Silver Planting and care: You can start from seeds, but seedlings or transplants are usually easier to grow
THYME IN LANDSCAPE Planting and care: You can start from seeds, but seedlings or transplants are usually easier to grow
Stone steps with herbs and bushes planted in cracks
Puffy heather, heath, and thyme plants grow between
Planting and care: You can start from seeds, but seedlings or transplants are usually easier to grow
Plants can be tucked almost anywhere, as long as there’s soil and water available. Here, puffy heather, heath, and thyme plants grow between the boulders
“THYME” — kurdakul
The New York Botanical Garden
California poppy
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'Mahogany Red'. You can buy seeds of mixed colors or single colors. For the best selection, try specialty wildflower seed suppliers such as Larner of Bolinas
Apricot chiffon. wildflower seed suppliers: LARNER of Bolinas,calif.
'Mahogany Red'. You can buy seeds of mixed colors or single colors. For the best selection, try specialty wildflower seed suppliers such as Larner of
“Penumbra w/Surrounded Shadow” — yaya11142
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Colorful California Native Habitat
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water. Here, it is used with other California native plants to provide a low screen in a planting mound. Cathy Edger, Edger Landscape Design
fire-wise choice. When to plant: Spring or fall See how to grow Cleveland sage
California native plant for butterfly's and bees
cleveland sage..hummingbrirds, fragrant,,drought tolerant..plant spring or fall
summer long. Plant it for its floral scent” “long. Plant it for its floral scent, which recalls native California chaparral.” “pretty plant - California
the aster family is the single most important family of plants for insects, not only
from spring through summer. Later its seed heads add texture and dimension to low-water gardens — and also bestow seeds on birds. As Cleveland sage is one
“pretty” — meghurtado
Girasole Sonoma
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one of the few herbs on this list that does best when grown from seed. Sow the seeds through summer in full sun. It’s tolerant of rocky soil but needs
self-seed and will most likely return the following year. If you’d like to avoid unwanted volunteers, cut back the flower heads and collect the seeds to
poor or compacted soil before planting. To avoid cross-pollination, plant well away from fennel and coriander.Sow seeds ¼ inch deep in rows 2 feet apart
Planting and CareIt's best to start from seeds, not transplants. Choose a site in full sun with well-drained, loose soil. Dill will do fine in rocky soil
one of the few herbs on this list that does best when grown from seed. Sow the seeds through summer in full sun. It’s tolerant of rocky soil but needs
Dill, start from seed, not transplants.
“Dill (Anethum graveolens)” — Nani Sa
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