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
This native plant garden with a few low water non-native species has become a habitat oasis.
The first in our series on the impact, causes, and solutions surrounding California wildfire and the "new normal."
Tish learned from CNPS how to replace a hillside with 30 year-old ice plant to a flourishing native plant garden. She loves all the birds that now visit her garden.