Added by on 2019-03-29

[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote With the 600+ different species of California native plants how do you know which ones are right for you? There are so many to choose from and frankly that can get a bit overwhelming. This video showcases the top. This continues a series of 10 native plant videos for the most common situations that homeowner’s deal with in their garden. These videos will be uploaded every Friday, followed by a bonus 11th videos that leads to a giveaway for 3 lucky viewers. Actual giveaway announced during the 11th video in 11 weeks. The categories are: 3 native plants for… 1. Food – 2. Habitat – 3. Color – 4. Scent – 5. Shade – 6. Groundcover – 7. Low growing – 8. Medium growing – 9. Tall growing/trees – 10. Slopes – 11. Bonus: top 10 + giveaway Each blog post will list what the giveaway is all about. To learn more about the blog visit here: To learn more about the landscape design business visit here: You can also follow on various social media channels. Instagram: Houzz: Facebook: Pinterest: Video Rating: / 5


  • Stuart Craner 3 months ago

    Really enjoyed your video. Very helpful for me. Loved the Baja Bush Snapdragon. Thank you for your hard work

  • Travis Vliet 3 months ago

    Thanks for the inspiration I think I missed the contest but your page is just what I needed. I’m an architect and first time home buyer and can’t wait to turn my attention to redoing the landscaping my yards!

  • K. S. K. 3 months ago

    It would help if you mentioned what type of CA climate each plant is native to. We have so many varied ecosystems, from Redwood forest to dry desert, mountains to islands. Otherwise, this is a good selection, and it's great to see many of these plants.

  • ho2cultcha 3 months ago

    thank you for this video! i love the Eriophyllum nevinii! not familiar w/ the Erigeron glauca 'Arthur Menzies', but will look for it. the plants which you show in the ground and with flowers show really well – but just in container pots do nothing to illustrate it. my favorite Erigeron glauca is 'Seabreeze'! the Salvia 'clevelandii' you show is actually leucophylla – not clevelandii. The Hesperaloe is not a california native, but IS a southwestern native [texas].

  • Caruzo Pavarotei 3 months ago

    I liked your video, please send me my gift!

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