Lite-Woody-Herbaceous Native Color-Mix: Diplacus, Eriophyllum, Salvia apiana, Artemisia, and the woody Laurel Sumac

(Click on underlined title to see more)  Top photo is a mix of red flowered and orange flowered Diplacus aurantiacus, yellow Eriophyllum confertiflorum, Bluish-white Salvia mellifera, grey-green Artemisia californica, and Elderberry in the background.  Top photo in Rancho Bernardo, the three lower photos are near Mt. Miguel close to the Jamacha Blvd/94 freeway intersection.

Photo below is a mix of yellow flowered and red flowered Mimulus aurantiacus, silver leaved Salvia apiana, and Laurel Sumac in the background.  


Photo below also has yellow flowered and red flowered Diplacus, Artemisia californica, and the Laurel Sumac in the background is about 10 feet tall.    

                                    Mixture of red Diplacus puniceus, yellow Eriophyllum confertiflorum, grey-green leaved Artemisia californica, and the big dark green Laurel Sumac bushes in the background.

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