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Pink Flowering Current, Ribes sanguineum glutinosum. A California native shrub with rosy pink flowers and fragrant leaves.

Pink Flowering Current, Ribes sanguineum glutinosum. A California native shrub with rosy pink flowers and fragrant leaves.

Native Plant Spotlight: Ceanothus ‘Dark Star’ – California Lilac Dark Star "8' high & 6' wide, becoming tree-like with age. 'Dark Star' looks particularly striking when planted adjacent to grey foliage or white flowers, & is better suited to coastal gardens than inland areas. A wonderful habitat plant for butterflies, hummingbirds, & quail, Ceonothus are drought tolerant, clay tolerant, deer resistant, FRAGRANT, & EASY. Once established, no summer water is required."

Native Plant Spotlight: Ceanothus ‘Dark Star’ – California Lilac Dark Star "8' high & 6' wide, becoming tree-like with age. 'Dark Star' looks particularly striking when planted adjacent to grey foliage or white flowers, & is better suited to coastal gardens than inland areas. A wonderful habitat plant for butterflies, hummingbirds, & quail, Ceonothus are drought tolerant, clay tolerant, deer resistant, FRAGRANT, & EASY. Once established, no summer water is required."

White Chaparral Currant, Ribes indecorum is native from southern Monterey Co., to San Diego, it used to be a common shrub throughout the Los Angels basin and the Santa Monica Mountains.

White Chaparral Currant, Ribes indecorum is native from southern Monterey Co., to San Diego, it used to be a common shrub throughout the Los Angels basin and the Santa Monica Mountains.

Fremontodendron - Flannel Bush (from the San Marcos Growers California Native Plant Page)

Fremontodendron - Flannel Bush (from the San Marcos Growers California Native Plant Page)

Northern California Wildflowers | photo Maria Steffy

Northern California Wildflowers | photo Maria Steffy

Heteromeles arbutifolia  toyon - part shade, drought

Heteromeles arbutifolia toyon - part shade, drought

Ceanothus ‘Concha’ - concha ceanothus. California native plant; one of the best California lilacs for the garden with dark-green leaves all year; showy, deep blue flowers with reddish bracts bloom in spring; attracts beneficial insects.

Ceanothus ‘Concha’ - concha ceanothus. California native plant; one of the best California lilacs for the garden with dark-green leaves all year; showy, deep blue flowers with reddish bracts bloom in spring; attracts beneficial insects.

Ceanothus x pallidus 'Marie Simon' easy going, cold hardy, tough & adaptable to  both clay soil & poor soil.How nice that it blooms repeatedly from Summer thru Fall with a profusion of fluffy, scented, light pink, 3” flower clusters on showy, wine red stems that remain interesting - even when it goes deciduous in Winter

Ceanothus x pallidus 'Marie Simon' easy going, cold hardy, tough & adaptable to both clay soil & poor soil.How nice that it blooms repeatedly from Summer thru Fall with a profusion of fluffy, scented, light pink, 3” flower clusters on showy, wine red stems that remain interesting - even when it goes deciduous in Winter

Ribes sanguineum var. glutinosum, Pink-Flowering Currant, is one of the showiest wild currants, with its pendulous clusters of reddish-pink flowers. [under the oak]

Ribes sanguineum var. glutinosum, Pink-Flowering Currant, is one of the showiest wild currants, with its pendulous clusters of reddish-pink flowers. [under the oak]

Arctostaphylos Sonoma Manzanita Bush is a dark green little bush with bright pink flowers. Somona manzanita prefers heavy adobe soil but tolerates most other soils. zone 7-10

Arctostaphylos Sonoma Manzanita Bush is a dark green little bush with bright pink flowers. Somona manzanita prefers heavy adobe soil but tolerates most other soils. zone 7-10

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