Clustered Field Sedge
Common in meadows, open, wet areas, marshes, seeps, seasonally wet edges of ponds, frequently alkaline soil, wide distribution , valleys up to middle elevations in CA, grows in western NA, to central ... Learn more.
Woolly Indian Paintbrush
My God what is this? The common statement of hikers when they first see this plant growing on south facing slopes in rocky lousy soils. A semi-parasitic perennial that can grow by itself but likes to ... Learn more.
Ceanothus arboreus Owlswood Blue
Island Mtn. Lilac
Ceanothus arboreus x Owlswood Blue is evergreen shrub fast to 10 ft. Owlswwod Blue has blue flowers on long spikes and dark green shiny leaves. In coastal gardens plant in full sun and the plants will... Learn more.
Ceanothus Frosty Blue
Frosty Blue Mountain Blue
Ceanothus 'Frosty Blue' is an evergreen mountain lilac that grows to six or eight feet tall and about as wide. A little nipping here and there can move it taller or narrower. The flowers are a medium... Learn more.
Ceanothus griseus, is a large bush or small tree, with beautiful, large, rounded, shiny, dark green leaves, and blue flowers, which grows very fast up to 8-10 ft. high and 4-6 ft. wide. Ceanothus gri... Learn more.
Ceanothus griseus horizontalis Yankee Point
Carmel Mountain Lilac
Ceanothus Yankee Point' is an evergreen shrub that commonly grows two or three feet tall and ten feet wide. A mounding mass of glossy green with blue flowers in Mar-May. Does best near coast, but g... Learn more.
Ceanothus griseus Hurricane Point
Ceanothus Hurricane Point is a fast growing Ceanothus from along the Big Sur Coast. It's tolerant of clay or sand and has the reputation of being a VERY fast grower.... Learn more.
Ceanothus impressus impressus
Santa Barbara Mountain Lilac
Ceanothus impressus impressus is an evergreen, six to ten foot shrub with very small 1/4"-1/2" leaves and curled margins. Santa Barbara Mountain Lilac has aromatic foliage and very showy, deep blue... Learn more.
Ceanothus impressus nipomensis
Arroyo Grande Lilac
Nipomo Mountain Lilac is an eight foot evergreen, that flowers in April-May. The dark blue flowers and small dark green leaves make the plants an attractive hedge. Ceanothus impressus var. nipomensis... Learn more.
Ceanothus Joyce Coulter
Creeping Mountain Lilac
Ceanothus Joyce Coulter' is an evergreen mountain lilac ground cover, 2 foot high by 8 foot wide, (but can be much taller or wider depending on how you prune it, the sun it receives, the water rece... Learn more.
Ceanothus maritimus Valley Violet
Ceanothus maritimus 'Valley Violet' was an introduction of UC Davis as one of it's "Arboretum All-Stars". This Ceanothus is a little clumpier that grows a few feet tall and wide.... Learn more.
Ceanothus ramulosus fascicularis
(Syn. Ceanothus cuneatus var. fascicularis) Ceanothus ramulosus is a ten foot tall by ten to fifteen feet wide bush in Los Osos or a five foot tall bush in Lompoc. The fragrant blue flowers make for m... Learn more.
Ceanothus Rubins Blue
Gregs Mt. Lilac
Rubins Blue is a small umbrella shaped evergreen shrub that grows to 8 feet or so. Foliage is dark green and shaped like a Skylark, or Joyce Coulter. The flowers are deep navy blue and showy. This Ce... Learn more.
Ceanothus sorediatus Klamath
Blue Blossum mountain lilac
A nice Ceanothus for those of you that live in the northern California forest. This form is the extreme northern California form of Ceanothus oliganthus var. sorediatus that appears to have some Ceano... Learn more.
Red-Heart Mountain Lilac
Green Bark California Lilac, Ceanothus spinosus, is a vibrant green and lush looking Lilac, that likes clay soil! Green Bark or Red-Heart California Lilac is great for a fast hedge or screen for San ... Learn more.
Coastal Mountian Lilac
Ceanothus thyrsiflorus is the California lilac that you see along the coast from about Lompoc and then north up into Oregon. When you're driving along the Big Sur coast with the top down, looking at t... Learn more.