California Native Plants For Container Gardening

California Native Plants For Container Gardening



California Native Plants For Container Gardening

Almost all native grasses make good container subjects, as long as their light and water requirements are met. Smaller grasses like Idaho fescue can be planted a few to a pot, or even combined with annuals for a miniature meadow. Perennials are probably the most popular group of plants for native container gardens.
These photos are mostly california natives which i've grown in containers of different sorts w/ varying success. some are photos of other people's efforts at .
Cornus stolonifera, Red Stem Dogwood makes a surprising container plant. Bring it in to the house for a showy winter addition to your decorations. Cornus californica, California Dogwood is very similar to the Redstem Dogwood but the leaves are bigger.
Learn about native plants that do well in containers. Even containers can provide habitat for butterflies, birds, and other beneficial insects.
nivale) Part of the growing natives section "Patio Gardens: Experimenting with Native Plants for Containers" on the California Native Plant Society website.
Plants that can grow in full sun reflected heat, are Native and are no wider. See more ideas about California native plants, Container plants and Herb garden .
There are thousands of California native plants to choose from to make any. If you want some unique and beautiful container plants, try these native beauties.



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