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Roger’s California Grape (Vitis ‘Roger’s Red’), Zones 7 to 10; frost hardy. Low water requirement, Full sun to partial shade. Spreads up to 30 feet, vigorous grower. Drought tolerant, provides shelter to wildlife, fruit and flowers attract bees, birds and other wildlife. Leaves blaze in fall. Plant in early spring.

Roger’s California Grape (Vitis ‘Roger’s Red’), Zones 7 to frost hardy.

Narrowleaf California fuchsia, Zauschneria cana 'Hollywood Flame'  in flower. California fuchsia works very well in a container or pot.  This narrow leaf form was around western Los Angeles, Thousand Oaks and Santa Monica

Narrowleaf California fuchsia, Zauschneria cana 'Hollywood Flame' in flower. California fuchsia works very well in a container or pot. This narrow leaf form was around western Los Angeles, Thousand Oaks and Santa Monica -

California Fuschia (Epilobium Canum)

Epilobium Zauschneria californica Bert's Bluff named for the founder of Las Pilitas Nursery.

Heteromeles arbutifolia  toyon - part shade, drought

Heteromeles arbutifolia (Toyon or Christmas Berry) can thrive in sun or part shade. It is on the LA MWD list of fire resistant California friendly plants.

Zauschneria Catalina, The flowers of California Fuchsia from the Channel islands.

California fuchsia, Zauschneria or Epilobium is loved by hummingbirds, butterflies and people. California fuchsia plants grow will in a Los Angeles, San Diego or other California garden.

Two Californians in Olivier’s garden: wild buckwheat (Eriogonum) and California fuchsia (Epilobium canum)

Just like Olivier

Two California natives in Olivier’s summer dry garden: wild buckwheat (Eriogonum) and California fuchsia (Epilobium canum)

Romanzoffia californica shade -Native to Santa Cruz County & north to Siskyou County, “California Mist Maiden” grows naturally in Winter-moist, rocky areas. The delicate, shiny, scalloped leaves form a charming, creeping mat. The dainty, funnel-shaped flowers are white with yellow throats on 6” to 9” stems. Plant in well-drained soil that stays wet in Winter & dries out in Summer & Fall.  Rare - even in the wild

Romanzoffia californica shade -Native to Santa Cruz County & north to Siskyou County, “California Mist Maiden” grows naturally in Winter-moist, rocky areas. The delicate, shiny, scalloped leaves form a charming, creeping mat. The dainty, funnel-shaped flowers are white with yellow throats on 6” to 9” stems. Plant in well-drained soil that stays wet in Winter & dries out in Summer & Fall. Rare - even in the wild

Koeleria macrantha  June grass good under trees, dry or wet

Koeleria macrantha June grass good under trees, dry or wet

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