How to collect, transplant, and care for moss. If you want to add moss to your pots or planters, this article explains how to establish it and get it growing.

How to collect, transplant, and care for moss. If you want to add moss to your pots or planters, this article explains how to establish it and get it growing. - Wonder if I could borrow & collect the moss growing in our backyard?

Australian style

(native gardening) Gorgeous mix of Mediterranean and California native plants in this low-water landscape designed by Arleen Ferrara of Satori Garden Design. This is like the California version of Beth Chatto's dry garden in the UK.

Common buttonbush (Cephalanthus occidentalis)

Buttonbush blooms in July & August. Just picked up my free sapling from Shaw Park's Arbor Day celebration!

Matchstick Banksia, an endangered plant from Western Australia.

Close-up of Inflorescence of Matchstick Banksia: Banksia cuneata [Family: Proteaceae] - an endangered plant from Western Australia. The matchstick-like appearance of individual flowers in the late-bud-stage gives rise to the common name.

Common buttonbush - Cephalanthus occidentalis Hardy to –20° F (USDA zones 4-10). Accent or specimen shrub in wet or mucky soils. Provides significant food and cover for wildlife.

Common buttonbush - Cephalanthus occidentalis Hardy to F (USDA zones Accent or specimen shrub in wet or mucky soils. Provides significant food and cover for wildlife - Spiky White Flowers

Leucospermum 'Yellow Bird' • Australian Native Plants Nursery • Plants • 800.701.6517

Leucospermum 'Yellow Bird' part of the Proteaceae family with Yellow flowers flowering in Spring - early summer avaliable from Australian Native Plants located in Ventura, CA

The Hairpin Banksia (Banksia spinulosa) is a species of woody shrub, of the genus Banksia in the Proteaceae family, native to eastern Australia. Widely distributed, it is found as an understorey plant in open dry forest or heathland from Victoria to northern Queensland, generally on sandstone though sometimes also clay soils. It generally grows as a small shrub to 2 metres (7 ft) in height, though can be a straggly tree to 6 metres (20 ft).

The Hairpin Banksia (Banksia spinulosa) is a species of woody shrub, of the genus Banksia in the Proteaceae family, native to eastern Australia.

Sam Cox landscape design Native garden in a tight inner city space.

Native garden in urban courtyard. Basalt font brings a trickle of water into this tight space

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