Preparations for a plant sale
Browsing the CA natives...
A Douglas Iris
Salvia apiana. Smells like liverwurst.
Salvia spathacea. Smells fantastic! Hummingbirds love this plant.
Another one the hummingbirds love--Mimulus gutatus, commonly called "Seep Monkeyflower". Kind of weedy-looking for me, but a nice flower.
Coreposis gigantea. Usually considered "a weird-looking plant". I have two of them. The one in a container is doing much better than the one in the ground.
Ceanothus 'Julia Phelps'. One of my favorite ceanothus. This isn't a very good photograph of it tho'.
Ceanothus 'Centennial' is not a favorite, but I like the picture.
Moving on from natives...
The rock garden succulents are fetching.
I love succulents in general.
Wisteria... I plant I enjoy in other people's gardens.
Protea (Leucospermum, more correctly). I'm ready for the debut of dwarf varieties. Why hasn't that been done yet?
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