Plants For Central Oak Woodland

Rubus ursinus, Pacific blackberry in the wild - grid24_12
Rubus ursinus Pacific blackberry

Rubus ursinus, Pacific blackberry, is a  native blackberry that ranges from Baja to British Columbia and into Idaho. In southern California this blackberry doesn't always set fruit. It appears like ... Learn more.

Salix exigua Narrowleaf Willow - grid24_12
Salix exigua Narrowleaf Willow

A tall deciduous shrub that is native from Texas to California to B.C.. It has a grey leaf that is only 1/4 inch wide and 2-5 inches long. I have seen these in Lee Vining, and they were growing in an... Learn more.

Salix goodingii San Joaquin Willow - grid24_12
Salix gooddingii San Joaquin Willow

A 15-30' deciduous shrub-tree. Yellow stems and light green leaves. Native through much of the Southwest. Not a fast grower. It spends most of its first few year growing roots. We have seen this in th... Learn more.

Salix gooddingii var. variabilis San Joaquin Willow

A 15-30ft deciduous shrub-tree. Yellow stems and light green leaves. Native through much of the Southwest. Not a fast grower. It spends most of its first few year growing roots. Learn more.

Salix hindsiana hindsiana, Sandbar Willow flowers - grid24_12
Salix hindsiana var. hindsiana

A grey willow that is 4-6ft tall in our area. It can get to 15ft in the San Joaquin Valley. It is native all over Calif. (below 3000ft) and into Baja and Oregon. Excellent for stream stabilizing as it... Learn more.

Salix laevigata Red Willow - grid24_12
Salix laevigata Red Willow

A 10-25\' deciduous tree-shrub. A stream-side plant. It likes full sun and water. Good for stream stabilization. This species is native to much of Ca. thru Ariz. to Utah. It is native on the nursery s... Learn more.

Salix lasiolepis, Arroyo Willow, as bush - grid24_12
Salix lasiolepis Arroyo Willow

A 10-20\' deciduous shrub or tree. We list it for stream bank stabilization. This one is native to most of Ca. north to Idaho and Alaska. It is native on the nursery site in the seasonal creek. A pion... Learn more.

Salvia Gracias in flower. - grid24_12
Salvia 'Gracias' Creeping sage

Salvia sonomensis X Salvia clevelandii 'Gracias' is all the information we can find as to the history of the plant. The plant is definitely a Salvia sonomensis, the hybridization with S. clevelandii ... Learn more.

Salvia carduacea, Thistle Sage flowers. - grid24_12
Salvia carduacea Thistle Sage

A very colorful annual of hot interior areas. We do not generally grow annuals. Here's a native sage page where you can see all the sages of California. Learn more.

	 Salvia sonomensis, Creeping Sage has a nice blue flower on a flat leaves. - grid24_12
Salvia sonomensis Creeping Sage

Salvia sonomensis is a creeping flat perennial sage that can spread to 10' across. The sage flowers are blue-violet from May to June, appearing in a 6"spike above gray-green leaves that lie on the ... Learn more.

Salvia sonomensis, Mrs. Beard flowers spilling down bank. This ground cover will work well in places like Santa Monica, San Diego or San Francisco. - grid24_12
Salvia sonomensis 'Mrs. Beard' Mrs. Beard Creeping Sage

Salvia 'Mrs. Beard' appears to be a stable hybrid of Creeping Sage, Salvia sonomensis and Black Sage, Salvia mellifera that's  low growing with a nice blue flower. A low growing, dark green sage that ... Learn more.

Salvia spathacea, Hummingbird Sage, don't the flowers  look edible? - grid24_12
Salvia spathacea Hummingbird Sage

Hummingbird Sage is an one foot high perennial that spreads by rhizomes. This sage is native to coastal California from Napa to Orange. As the name implies Hummingbirds work this species very heavily... Learn more.

Salvia spathacea Powerline Pink, hummingbird sage - grid24_12
Salvia spathacea 'Powerline Pink' Giant Hummingbird Sage

'Powerline Pink' Hummingbird Sage has the largest flowers of any hummingbird sage we have ever grown. The flowers are so large they fall over if given too much shade along the coast. It does best in f... Learn more.

Elderberry, Mexican Elderberry, Western Elderberry tree in flower - grid24_12
Sambucus mexicana Tapiro

Mexican elderberry or Tapiro,(Sambucus mexicana) is a deciduous shrub to tree with butter yellow flowers in Apr.-Aug. followed by purple berries in September-October. . This elderberry is native to... Learn more.

Sanicula bipinnata Poison Sanicle - grid24_12
Sanicula bipinnata Poison Sanicle

A perennial with small yellow flowers, that will grow well in shady areas of oak woodland under trees such as Quercus douglasii and Pinus Sabiniana, with Achillea millefolium, Galium sp., Thysanocarp... Learn more.

Sanicula crassicaulis, Pacific blacksnakeroot, Pacific Sanicle - grid24_12
Sanicula crassicaulis Snakeroot

Native in our San Luis Obispo area in the shade of Quercus douglasii and Pinus Sabiniana. In oak woodland/chaparral sites where the understory is dominated by alien, annual grasses, this Sanicule su... Learn more.

Scrophularia californica,  California Figwort flowers - grid24_12
Scrophularia californica California Figwort

Scrophularia californica, California Figwort is a two to four foot perennial with three foot spikes of red flowers. It is native along the coast and southern Sierras, from L.A. to B.C.. It is not a... Learn more.

Scutellaria austinae Skull Cap - grid24_12
Scutellaria austinae Skull Cap

Scutellaria austinae (Syn Scutellaria siphocampyloides), Skull Cap, is a little perennial that forms a clump a foot wide. The flowers are deep royal blue. Native to much of the mountains of Calif. up ... Learn more.

A close up of Sidalcea malviflora from the hills around San Luis Obispo. - grid24_12
Sidalcea malvaeflora Checkerbloom

This checker bloom is a perennial with a small cluster of leaves at its base and a 2-3ft. spike of 1 inch deep pink flowers. The stems are rather lax as it grows in perennial grass thickets in season... Learn more.

Sisyrinchium bellum, Blue Eyed Grass is a frequent resident of open areas from the coast inland to where the housing starts getting reasonable. In some places Blue Eyed grass is native, with no extra water, on hillsides as far 50 miles inland. In moist spots this iris can be found in much of California, even bordering the desert. It used to be all over the parking lot at the  Topanga  RCD, Los Angeles. - grid24_12
Sisyrinchium bellum Blue-Eyed Grass

Blue-eyed Grass, Sisyrinchium bellum is a 1 foot tall perennial with 1 inch blue flowers in Jan.-June. It is widely distributed in California on open, grassy slopes, Redwood forests. Blue Eyed Grass ... Learn more.

Starry False Solomon's Seal (Smilacina stellata) - grid24_12
Smilacina stellata False Solomons Seal

Commonly grows in shady places, under Oaks, in oak woodland/coastal sage scrub. Flowers are in a raceme followed by white berries. Goes dormant in the summer when no rain fall occurs and dies to base... Learn more.

Blue Witch out toward La Panza in the Juniper woodland - grid24_12
Solanum umbelliferum var. incanum Bluewitch

Bluewitch is a 1-2' perennial with 1"flowers bright blue, with yellow centers and blooms most of the year. It has silver-gray foliage. Native in chaparral, Juniper-Oak woodland in central Calif. coast... Learn more.

Solidago californica, California Goldenrod spoke - grid24_12
Solidago californica California Goldenrod

California Goldenrod is a spectacular yellow flowered perennial that is very showy in the late summer to fall. Attracting pollinating insects and butterflies. Associated plants are commonly Rosa, Sym... Learn more.

White hedge nettle, Stachys albens - grid24_12
Stachys albens White hedge nettle

This hedge nettle is native to moist spots in much of California. A good plant to put under the bird bath, in a dryland garden. Stachys albens will increase by rhizomes to the edge of the moist spot.... Learn more.

Staphylea bolanderi Bladder Nut - grid24_12
Staphylea bolanderi Bladder Nut

Companion plants include Dicentra, Asarum hartwegii, Acer macrophyllum, Cornus nuttallii, Actaea rubra ssp. arguta, Torreya californica, Heuchera micrantha, Pseudotsuga menziesii, Quercus kelloggii, C... Learn more.

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