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Golden Yarrow [Eriophyllum confertiflorum] An abundant perennial small shrub found naturally at the base of cliffs in rock crevasses, preferring sun exposure. Finely leafed foliage, green above and woolly below. Blossoms are clusters of yellow flowers, displayed from March to August, attractive to butterflies. 2-4’h x 1-4’w

Golden Yarrow [Eriophyllum confertiflorum] An abundant perennial small shrub found naturally at the base of cliffs in rock crevasses, preferring sun exposure. Finely leafed foliage, green above and woolly below. Blossoms are clusters of yellow flowers, displayed from March to August, attractive to butterflies. 2-4’h x 1-4’w

Spring Cinquefoil [Potentilla tabernaemontanii] This tough and persistent plant has a dainty appearance. A tufted creeper, this plant bears clusters of butter-yellow flowers in spring and summer. Does well in most gardens and will smother out weeds effectively once established. Makes a good lawn substitute in areas of no-traffic. A fast grower, it is well used as a cover for bulbs. Little to moderate water is required. 2-6”h x 1-2’w

Spring Cinquefoil [Potentilla tabernaemontanii] This tough and persistent plant has a dainty appearance. A tufted creeper, this plant bears clusters of butter-yellow flowers in spring and summer. Does well in most gardens and will smother out weeds effectively once established. Makes a good lawn substitute in areas of no-traffic. A fast grower, it is well used as a cover for bulbs. Little to moderate water is required. 2-6”h x 1-2’w

Cape Balsam [Bulbine frutescens] Small, evergreen perennial is a wonderful addition to dry perennial borders with its long-blooming spikes of delicate, star-shaped yellow flowers; fleshy, bright green foliage adds a sculptural element to the garden; tolerates drought and poor soils.

Cape Balsam [Bulbine frutescens] Small, evergreen perennial is a wonderful addition to dry perennial borders with its long-blooming spikes of delicate, star-shaped yellow flowers; fleshy, bright green foliage adds a sculptural element to the garden; tolerates drought and poor soils.

Full sun Built for the desert, this flower is a great xeriscape plants to save water. Loves heat and sun. Drought tolerant. 130 SEEDS! Since this plant prefers dry soil, do not overwater. Remove faded blossoms for increased blooming; the later blossoms will be somewhat smaller. | eBay!

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Full sun Built for the desert, this flower is a great xeriscape plants to save water. Loves heat and sun. Drought tolerant. 130 SEEDS! Since this plant prefers dry soil, do not overwater. Remove faded blossoms for increased blooming; the later blossoms will be somewhat smaller. | eBay!

Red Creeping Thyme [Thymus serpyllum] A small member of the mint family, this plant has soft and fragrant foliage underfoot and dark green leaves with reddish flowers in summer. Likes well-drained soil. Can be cut back. 3”h x 3’w

Red Creeping Thyme [Thymus serpyllum] A small member of the mint family, this plant has soft and fragrant foliage underfoot and dark green leaves with reddish flowers in summer. Likes well-drained soil. Can be cut back. 3”h x 3’w

California Redbud [Cercis occidentalis] An interesting plant year round, with beautiful pea-shaped magenta flowers on leafless stems in the spring, followed by interesting seedpods and heart-shaped bluegreen leaves. Deciduous, with yellow or red fall foliage on multi-branching stems. Prefers sun exposure. Excellent for dry, seldom watered banks. 20’h x 15’w

California Redbud [Cercis occidentalis] An interesting plant year round, with beautiful pea-shaped magenta flowers on leafless stems in the spring, followed by interesting seedpods and heart-shaped bluegreen leaves. Deciduous, with yellow or red fall foliage on multi-branching stems. Prefers sun exposure. Excellent for dry, seldom watered banks. 20’h x 15’w

Ivy Leaf Cyclamen [Cyclamen hederifolium] Scented rose-pink or white flowers bloom in late summer and early fall before the leaves emerge; ornamental silver-marked foliage sparkles in dry shady gardens; tolerates a wide variety of soil types and can also grow well in containers.

Ivy Leaf Cyclamen [Cyclamen hederifolium] Scented rose-pink or white flowers bloom in late summer and early fall before the leaves emerge; ornamental silver-marked foliage sparkles in dry shady gardens; tolerates a wide variety of soil types and can also grow well in containers.

California Flannelbush [Fremontodendron californicum] Yellow flowers create an attractive display from May to June as flowers bloom all at once. Leathery leaves are dark green above, fuzzy beneath. This shrub needs good drainage, and hillside planting is the best with staking when young. Needs no dry-season watering. 10-20’h x 20-25’w

California Flannelbush [Fremontodendron californicum] Yellow flowers create an attractive display from May to June as flowers bloom all at once. Leathery leaves are dark green above, fuzzy beneath. This shrub needs good drainage, and hillside planting is the best with staking when young. Needs no dry-season watering. 10-20’h x 20-25’w

Western Pennyroyal [Monardella odoratissima] Bearing beautiful white to purple pincushion flowers and evergreen slender leaves that have a strong mint-like fragrance, this plant is often visited by bees and butterflies. Does best in the shade, with fairly rich soil and garden watering. Should be cut back regularly to maintain shape. 2-3’h x 2-3’w

Western Pennyroyal [Monardella odoratissima] Bearing beautiful white to purple pincushion flowers and evergreen slender leaves that have a strong mint-like fragrance, this plant is often visited by bees and butterflies. Does best in the shade, with fairly rich soil and garden watering. Should be cut back regularly to maintain shape. 2-3’h x 2-3’w

Santa Barbara Ceanothus [Ceanothus impressus] A large shrub with a dense mass of dark wrinkled green leaves, covered with deep blue flower clusters in early spring, mostly March to April. Requires good drainage and infrequent to no summer watering, can be temperamental, preferring sun to partial sun exposure. 6-10’h x 6-10’w

Santa Barbara Ceanothus [Ceanothus impressus] A large shrub with a dense mass of dark wrinkled green leaves, covered with deep blue flower clusters in early spring, mostly March to April. Requires good drainage and infrequent to no summer watering, can be temperamental, preferring sun to partial sun exposure. 6-10’h x 6-10’w

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