|Plants in the Garden|
The following are pictures of some of the plants in our garden of California Native Plants. All the plants were selected for their flower colors, size of adult plant, leaf color and texture. Designed to attract butterflies and birds, the garden provides a rich physical and visual texture from soft, round furry leaves to long narrow leaves, light green to dark grey leaf colors. Subtle and brightly colored flowers dot the garden seasonally.
Come by and enjoy the garden sometime or spend a few minutes before or after Services to savor the color and smells of the garden.
Download excel file to learn a bit about all the plants in the garden plant list.
By 2014, some plants have grown huge, orthers have been squeezed out.
Ceonothus Joyce Coulter has spread to 10 feet by 2013.
2015 California Natives were planted along Atherton.
2016 New plants were added to replace large (Casuariana) Ironwood that had to be removed.
Penstemon- Died out 2012. It wa great while it lasted.
Wolly Blue Curls was overwhelmed by Yank Point Ceonothus. Yarrow still exists.
Carpinteria now reaches the roof.
Douglas Iris come back each spring. Be on the lookout or you will miss them.
Purple sage, or alvia leucophylla, gets a regular trim.
Galviosa now gets trimmed every year. Now smothered by Buckwheat
Galviosa and Purple Sage before the preschool fence was put up.