FALL in Love with Natives!
Plant natives now for spectacular Spring bloom
with Bart O'Brien, Saturday, September 2 at 11 am!

Muhlenbergia rigens with Eriogonums

Drop dead gorgeous dry gardens!

Join us Saturday, September 2 at 11 am for a fun and inspiring session with the ever-engaging Bart O'Brien, Director of the Regional Parks Botanic Garden in Tilden Regional Park and co-author of the truly excellent books Reimagining the California Lawn and California Native Plants for the Garden.

Bart is an encyclopedia of the BEST CA natives for Bay Area gardens. Not only does he know (and love!) them like the back of his hand, he can tell you how best to pair them for maximum beauty and dramatic effect, whether it's in containers on a balcony or gardens, small or large.

Perfectly timed for those thinking about planting NOW or very soon, Bart will cover the benefits of planting natives in Fall – from taking advantage of the coming rains, to giving plants plenty of time to establish themselves so they can produce a spectacular Spring display (especially native annuals) and get through their first Summer with less frequent watering. He'll also give tips on pinching and pruning, as well as when and how hard to cut plants back. Take advantage of this truly excellent chance to ask Bart all your native plant and gardening questions and stay for a book signing after the talk!

Waterwise winners to plant now!

Eriogonum grande 
var. rubescens Penstemon heterophyllus 
‘Blue Springs’ Mimulus 'Jelly Bean Fiesta Marigold'
Eriogonum grande
var. rubescens
Eriogonums for everyone!
Goof-proof "Buckwheats" thrive on neglect, preferring dry, clay soil and THIS is surely one of the prettiest. A bee and butterfly magnet, blooming June-Oct. for lots of Summer color!
Penstemon heterophyllus
‘Blue Springs’

Our most popular Penstemon! An essential and superb choice for rock and dry gardens, it does equally well in average garden soil with minimal water, once established. Deer and drought tolerant, hardy to USDA zone 6!
Mimulus
'Jelly Bean Fiesta Marigold'

Our most popular Penstemon! An essential and superb choice for rock and dry gardens, it does equally well in average garden soil with minimal water, once established. Deer and drought tolerant, hardy to USDA zone 6!
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Verbena lilacina 'De La Mina' Eschscholzia californica
'Golden Chiffon' Achillea millefolium 'Red Velvet'

Verbena lilacina ‘De La Mina’
Our most floriferous and robust CA native plant - hands down! Flowers almost ALL YEAR LONG with fragrant lavender blooms. Adaptable to a wide range of soils, captivates bees and butterflies. USDA zone 7!

Eschscholzia californica
'Golden Chiffon'

Our newest Cal Poppy with head-turning 3” super-ruffley, semi-double blooms add sunny highlights to the whole garden! Deer resistant and drought tolerant. Self-sows!

Achillea millefolium
'Red Velvet'

A luscious confection of a Yarrow, boasting fade-resistant candy-apple red blooms over a long season season. Drought, deer and clay tolerant, happy with low or high water. USDA zone 3!

Heuchera maxima 
“Alum Root” Ribes sanguineum 
‘Claremont’ Lupinus sericatus 
"Cobb Mountain Lupine"

Heuchera maxima
“Alum Root”

Our favorite Heuchera! Large and in charge, this bright shade loving and long blooming Heuchera is especially happy under trees (even oaks!), blooming early Spring into Summer. Deer resistant!

Ribes sanguineum
‘Claremont’ 

An absolute“must-have” for almost any garden! Adaptable to drought and clay but happy in regular garden soil, 'Claremont' features exceptionally large blooms 4-6" long! Birds love the berries! USDA zone 6!

Lupinus sericatus
"Cobb Mountain Lupine"

The prettiest, silvery-est foliage you could ever imagine with a myriad simultaneous 12" flower spikes! This rare and endangered perennial CA native is adaptable to moist or dry conditions with good drainage. USDA zone 7.

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