The following articles are about particular groups of plants that we have considered noteworthy.

Pollinator/Butterfly Garden 2014-2015

Butterfly Garden Planted Last March Turns One Year Old – Take a look!! Remember last year when we posted pictures of some new mounds in the Casa La Paz parking area and installed teeny tiny [...]


Dudleya: California Live-Forever Tree of Life Nursery’s own contract specialist, Suzie muses about Dudleya… California’s native succulents, like Transformers™, are more than meets the [...]

Masses of Grasses

Grasses, mostly perennial clumping varieties, have made an impressive debut onto the modern landscape scene.   We have recently seen garden grasses featured in books and articles, planted in [...]

Plant Information

Plant Catalog Download our 40-page plant catalog, including information on over 500 native plants. Featured Plants Read special articles about Galvezia, Epilobium, Buckwheats and more here. [...]

Spring into Summer!

The days have become warmer and we are all enjoying longer hours of daylight… including your native plants in the landscape!  You may have noticed your plants pushing out surprising amounts of [...]

Eriogonum (Buckwheat)

Eriogonum cinereum In the wild, Eriogonum, from the Polygonaceae or Buckwheat family, is one of the largest genuses in California with over 125 species, including annual forms. Buckwheats occupy [...]

Summer Flowers – Southwest Plants

Our native plants, like all the Mediterranean-climate-zone plants, tend to grow during the Winter rainy season, flower in the Spring, and then go into “conservation mode” through the [...]

Bush-Snapdragon – Galvezia

Bush-Snapdragon – Galvezia The hummingbirds start to show up in abundance during the transition period between spring and summer. If you have Island Snapdragon (Galvezia) in your garden, [...]

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