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California Wild Lilac

Ceanothus ‘Wheeler Canyon’

Grows to 6 ft. tall, 8 ft. wide. Narrow and textured 2-in. leaves. Bright blue flowers with red bracts...

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Calla 'Mango'

Calla

Zantedeschia

Clumps of long-stalked, shiny rich green, usually arrow-shaped leaves, sometimes spotted in white. Flo...

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Pyrus calleryana ‘Chanticleer’

Callery Pear

Pyrus calleryana

This deciduous tree grows to 50 ft. tall and wide, with a strong horizontal branching pattern; young g...

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Camass

Camassia

Most of these grassy perennials are native to moist meadows, marshes, and fields in Northern Californi...

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Camassia leichtlinii

Camass

Camassia leichtlinii

Large, handsome clusters of creamy white flowers on 4-ft.-tall stems. C. l. suksdorfii (often...

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Camassia quamash

Camass

Camassia quamash

Loose clusters of blue flowers on 1–2-ft. stems. Flowers of ‘Orion’ are deeper blue,...

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Thymus camphoratus

Camphor Thyme

Thymus camphoratus

To 1 1/2 ft. high and wide, with narrow gray-green leaves that smell like camphor. Blooms in late spri...

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Camphor Tree

Cinnamomum camphora

Native to China, Japan. Grows slowly to 50 ft. or taller, 60 ft. wide. Typically a strong-structured t...

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Tsuga canadensis

Canadian Hemlock

Tsuga canadensis

Dense, pyramidal tree to 40–70 ft. or taller, half as wide. Tends to produce two or more trunks....

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Asteriscus sericeus (photo courtesy of San Marcos Growers)

Canary Island Daisy

Asteriscus sericeus

To 3 ft. tall and wide, shrubbier than A. maritimus. Silky, silvery leaves set off bright yel...

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Phoenix canariensis

Canary Island Date Palm

Phoenix canariensis

Canary Island native. Hardy to 20°F/–7°C; slow to develop a new head of foliage after da...

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Canary Island Pine

Pinus canariensis

Native to the Canary Islands. Grows fast to 50–80 ft. tall and 20–35 ft. wide. Gawky when ...

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