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Native Plant Pictures
Here are pictures of flowers in a California native garden in November.
Most were taken in the Santa Margarita Garden. Your area maybe have slightly different flowering times, but this is meant to show what will flower in fall.
Zauschneria latifolia johnstonii
all flower in fall.
One of are favorite photos was of a
grows in wet spots. Before you pop-pop it, it doesn't need much to produce a lot of flowers that the butterflies love.
smells like someone is making an sinful good batch of vanilla cookies .
likes to grow on walls or in rocks.
is really a seaside daisy.
is a heavy flowering form of Seaside Daisy.
Wayne Roderick Daisy
flowers, you trim it, it flowers.
grows in the beach sand around Santa Cruz. Here it commonly flowers when we get a couple or rain storms.
grows right along the coastal bluffs, but does ok in our garden.
seems to flower all the time.
White Chaparral Currant
can flower in late fall, winter or spring, according to the weather.
Pink Chaparral currant.
also can flower in late fall, winter or spring, according to the weather.
Alpine Cleveland sage
seems to flower forever. May to December.
grows on north slopes or in seasonally wet spots. Flowers for a couple of months in summer and fall.
Narrowleaf California Fuchsia
live along the coast in Southern California. Will grow in a native garden in most of the state.
Bush California Fuchsia
is a big California Fuchsia that will make a splash in any garden..
Mattole River Fuchsia
is usually in flower from September through the first hard frost, about the first of December. Light frosts do not bother it.
Native flowers in February
Native flowers in May
Native flowers in August
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