Back to Natives designed this native landscape and installed it during a native plant workshop in October 2009. We are now maintaining it. Here it is in it's Summer glory!
This beargrass flowered last Spring. In the background, California fuchsia flowers bloom, and white sage displays its spent flower stalks, which are still visually pleasing.
An elderberry (Sambucus mexicana) gives the landscape height, provides privacy, fruit and habitat for animals! Check out the perfectly shapped California sagebrush in the right foreground!
Butterflies and other beneficial insects love California buckwheat!
The view looking from the house to the street.
There is always something flowering in a locally native landscape!