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California Buttercup (Ranunculus californicus)

California Buttercup (Ranunculus californicus)

Eschscholzia 'Alba' and Ranunculus californicus mingle by anniesannuals, via Flickr

Eschscholzia 'Alba' and Ranunculus californicus mingle by anniesannuals, via Flickr

California Native | Zauschneria Catalina, a California Fuchsia from the channel islands in a garden in San Luis Obispo.

California Native | Zauschneria Catalina, a California Fuchsia from the channel islands in a garden in San Luis Obispo.

Oenothera californica California Evening primrose, and it smells GOOD

Oenothera californica California Evening primrose, and it smells GOOD

Blue flowering California lilac (Ceanothus) groundcover by entry path into Southern California native plant garden

Blue flowering California lilac (Ceanothus) groundcover by entry path into Southern California native plant garden

California Native plant garden, including Sticky Monkey, Buckwheat, Salvia and Coyote Mint, surrounding the bird bath.  Wildlife habitat.  Butterfly and bee garden - design featured in the California Native Plant Society's 'Going Native Garden Tour.'

California Native plant garden, including Sticky Monkey, Buckwheat, Salvia and Coyote Mint, surrounding the bird bath. Wildlife habitat. Butterfly and bee garden - design featured in the California Native Plant Society's 'Going Native Garden Tour.'

Blue flowering California Lilac shrub (Ceanothus 'Julia Phelps') in drought tolerant Southern California garden with native plants

Blue flowering California Lilac shrub (Ceanothus 'Julia Phelps') in drought tolerant Southern California garden with native plants

Carex pansa (California Meadow Sedge) Water Use: Low, drought tolerant once established Size: 4” X 8” Sun: Sun/Partial Shade CA Native: Yes Deer Resistant: Rarely damaged

Carex pansa (California Meadow Sedge) Water Use: Low, drought tolerant once established Size: 4” X 8” Sun: Sun/Partial Shade CA Native: Yes Deer Resistant: Rarely damaged

California bees FYI.  We have many native species, most of which do not live in groups and are solitary critters.  You might see honeybees if there is a hive nearby, but if there is not, you probably won't, as honey bees (so I'm told) only go as far as they have to to forage (up to 7 miles if needed).  I'm also addressing this further in the notes that will come with the planting design schematic.

California bees FYI. We have many native species, most of which do not live in groups and are solitary critters. You might see honeybees if there is a hive nearby, but if there is not, you probably won't, as honey bees (so I'm told) only go as far as they have to to forage (up to 7 miles if needed). I'm also addressing this further in the notes that will come with the planting design schematic.

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