Easy native garden design: Wet Sand

(For more see www.mynativeplants.com)
If you are watering this much you are washing away what little nutrition you have in your soil! Why?

Are you planting these in sun or shade?

1. Sun: Out in the open or it may have a little shade part of the day.
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2. Shade: Coastal sun or Under oaks (this much water will kill your oaks) or other large trees, or on the north side of a building.

Adiantum jordanii California Maiden-Hair Fern
Fragaria californica Wood Strawberry
Polypodium californicum California Polypody
Solidago californica, California Goldenrod
Ribes sanguineum glutinosum Pink-Flowered Currant
Rubus parviflorus Thimbleberry
Rubus spectabilis Salmon Berry
Rubus ursinus Pacific blackberry
Satureja douglasii Yerba Buena
Stachys ajugoides ajugoides Persnickety Pink Pink Hedge Nettle
Stachys bullata Hedge Nettle
Stachys chamissonis Magenta Butterfly Flower
Stachys pycnantha

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