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White Birch, European White Birch
Oregon Bigleaf Maple
Pink Coral Rockrose
Genista Broom
Arcadia Juniper
Provence Blue Lavandin
White Birch, European White Birch

Common name:White Birch, European White Birch
Botanical name:Betula pendula

This medium-size weeping tree will grow to about 40' tall and has a whitish/brown bark with deciduous green leaves.

Oregon Bigleaf Maple

Common name:Oregon Bigleaf Maple
Botanical name:Acer macrophyllum

This fast-growing deciduous tree grows to 90 feet in height with a 45' spread. It is a coastal and inland native which flourishes on north facing slopes. It has very large leaves, 6-15 in. wide, that offer spectacular yellow fall color in cool areas. It is found in streambanks and watershed canyons and should only be used in areas that are naturally moist.

Pink Coral Rockrose

Common name:Pink Coral Rockrose
Botanical name:Cistus X skanbergii

This Rockrose is a bushy evergreen shrub 4' high and 6' across with narrow, gray green leaves and complimentary clear pink flowers. Flowers appear in great profusion in mid-spring and can continue well into summer. It is more refined in character than most other rockroses, and well-suited to smaller gardens. -Native Sons Nursery

Genista Broom

Common name:Genista Broom
Botanical name:Genista lydia

Prostrate Genista is a low growing, partially deciduous shrublet hovering 2' high with a spreading growth habit. It has many yellow flowers that appear in spring and summer. It is drought tolerant. -Cornflower Farms

Arcadia Juniper

Common name:Arcadia Juniper
Botanical name:Juniperus sabina 'Arcadia'

A very hardy evergreen with dense, lacy, soft foliage of a bright green color, the 'Arcadia' is excellent for use as a wide border, ground cover, or low foundation plant. Junipers are highly combustible plants.

Provence Blue Lavandin

Common name:Provence Blue Lavandin
Botanical name:Lavandula X intermedia 'Provence'

With tall 24"-30" stems, 'Provence' has true, lavender colored flowers that are fragrant and excellent for cutting. It flowers in early June and has large, gray green leaves.

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Soils and Compost:

Physical weed control, including mulching, or hand removal protects the watershed from harmful chemicals.

Integrated Pest Management:

Drip and other smart irrigation delivers water directly to roots, allowing no excess water for weeds.