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California Poppy, Golden Poppy
White Gaura
Weeping Bottlebrush
Canary Island Pine
Lily of the Nile
Japanese Black Pine
California Poppy, Golden Poppy

Common name: California Poppy, Golden Poppy
Botanical name: Eschscholzia californica

This small annual (sometimes acts as a perennial) plant will grow to less than 1' tall and has light, small blue green leaves with gold and orange flowers that bloom in spring and summer.

White Gaura

Common name: White Gaura
Botanical name: Gaura lindheimeri

White Gaura is a profusely flowering perennial for all zones; it grows 2'-4' high. It has pink buds that open to showy white flowers in spring and fall. It needs full sun and is drought tolerant.

Weeping Bottlebrush

Common name: Weeping Bottlebrush
Botanical name: Callistemon viminalis

The Weeping Bottlebrush is a small tree with spreading branches that grows to 15'-25' in height. It produces narrow clusters of dark red flowers, and performs best with average to occasional summer watering.

Canary Island Pine

Common name: Canary Island Pine
Botanical name: Pinus canariensis

This graceful, slender-growing pine has a pyramidal form to about 70'. ITs needles are long and drooping inb bundles of 3. The foliage is a blue-green color, maturing to a dark green shade. Pines are highly combustible plants.

Lily of the Nile

Common name: Lily of the Nile
Botanical name: Agapanthus hybrids

This evergreen ground cover/shrub will grow about 3' tall and has large green leaves with blue flowers (there is a white variety and dwarf varieties) that bloom in spring and summer. It will grow in all soils but prefers loam soil.

Japanese Black Pine

Common name: Japanese Black Pine
Botanical name: Pinus thunbergii

This variety of Pine is both rigid and twisted, with needles of 3"-4". It has an irregular shape, and the short, contorted branches produce a canopy shaped tree. The buds are white, and the cones are egg -shaped and without prickles. Pines are highly combustible plants.

Designer: Laura Dalton

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Photographer: GardenSoft

Water Saving Tip:

Check the soil's moisture level before watering.

You can reduce your water use 20-50% by regularly checking the soil before watering.