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Regional Native Plants of Particular Interest: Centaurium venustum - Canchalagua - annual

(Click on underlined title to see more) Centaureum venustum, pink flowers, blooms Spring to early Summer; in dry open exposures usually gets around 3 to 6 inches tall, more where it gets more water or part shade.  Yellow flower in top photo appears to be a young stage Chaenactis glab. in bloom, and in-bud Deinandra(both shown separately further in this blog).

Regional Native Plants of Particular Interest: Epilobium canum 'Catalina'

522Catalina California Fuchsia, blooms in Summer, though can sometimes bloom in Spring also.  Get's about 3 feet tall and spreads some length more.  Silvery foliage.  Yellow flowers in background are Constancea nevinii, also native to the southern SoCaL Islands.  Landscape here done by Greg Rubin, located in Pt. Loma.

Near SDSU, simple subtropical-scape rental

 Middle Bougainvillea probably 'Orange King', ties in with building.  Unknown designer.

East Carmel Valley, private gated community

Unknown landscape architect/designer.

 

Hillcrest Landscape, Asiatic theme

Unknown landscape designer.  

Hillcrest Landscape, trés chic xeric, four plant varieties composition + DG

Euporbia 'Ammak'(light), Euphorbia ingens(dark), Euphorbia trigona(small), Agave parryi 'huachucensis', coarse decomposed granite.  Unknown designer.

Regional Natives of Particular Interest: Arctostaphylos glandulosa ssp. crassifolia, Del Mar Manzanita

(Click underlined title to see more) Del Mar Manzanita, in center, gets a few feet or more all around, wider than taller, with Eriogonum fasciculatum(local Buckwheat) in left foreground, Torrey Pines in background, Adenostoma fasc. between them in the mid-background.  Below photo with the Manzanita in foreground, with a little portion of Lemonade Berry showing at left side of photo, and a mixture of the rest mentioned above to the right background.

Regional natives of particular interest: Oenothera elata

An upright evening primrose.  Tolerates a range of watering / moisture situations, but normally is found where watering or moistness is frequent throughout the year, like many other garden plants.  Occasionally plants will be found growing wild in urban areas near asphalt or concrete where no irrigation occurs, doing pretty well and blooming most of the time.

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