What did I get? Little California natives to tuck in here and there.
Streptanthus farnsworthianus (Huh. He said, "Anus". Huh, huh. Huh.)
and a *BONUS* freebie: Linanthus 'Stardust'.
Where exactly these are going to go in my over-planted 500 sq. ft. garden is anyone's guess. Who the heck knows. I think a couple on the roof garden for sure, and some maybe grouped in bunches around the artichoke bush and summer vegetable garden. Luckily for me, unlike some people, I'm not one to garden with "a plan" or an overall "design concept".
The more pressing matter is, do I coddle these seeds and sow them indoors with diurnal temperature fluctuation, or do I sow them outside in flats and let them fend for themselves like the tough natives they are? Decisions, decisions.
Where did I buy them? Seedhunt. She sells more than just CA natives, btw. The last seeds I bought from her came up within a week. She's got a lot of salvias, and plans to expand her collection of restios.