More and more Californians are choosing to use ative plants in their gardens. Why? There’s more to it than water savings and even habitat value – it’s about restoring our uniquely beautiful California look and creating a sense of place in our communities!
“California Fuchsia is one of my favorite California native plants. This low growing perennial has red-orange blooms in the fall that hummingbirds can’t resist!”
– Ann Dalkey
From the Blog
The California Native Plant Society (CNPS) will be hosting two garden tours this week on Facebook Live. Viewers will be able to take a “virtual” walk through private native plant gardens, one in Berkeley, the other in Sacramento.
Are you ready to convert your lawn into a native plant garden, but unsure how to get started? These six basic steps to lawn removal will help set you up for success.
This garden is riparian in nature, based upon the historic sycamore's needs. It features a looping pathway with low curving retaining walls, a cobbled streambed, and native plants!